side effects on taking over the recamened amount

side effects on taking over the recamened amount

by Jonathan
(Nronx, NY)

Question

What is the side effect of taking over the recommended amount of sleep aid night pills?


Answer

Doing this is very dangerous. Do you know that over 13000 people worldwide lost their lives from sleep drugs overdose?

Also, most of us don't even need sleeping drugs in the first place but because physcaritrist want to sell drugs by pharm companies they cook up different kinds of phony disorders to make people buy these drugs.

Check http://www.cchr.org/ for more information.

Please do not take above the recommended amount of your sleep drug. Most of them are very addictive and can lead to some very dire circumstances.

Best of Luck!



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