Sleeping Pills Causing DEMENTIA? (Insomnia Medicines & Dementia Risk)
What are the risks of Sleeping Pills? Just because a pill makes you sleepy doesn’t mean it’s safe to take for insomnia long-term. One class of medications that make you sleepy have been shown in multiple studies to increase the risk of Dementia, especially in those over 40. Avoid the medicines in this class to lower your risk of dementia.
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