Sleeping Pills Increases The Risk Of Lung Cancer Three Times!!!
Taking sleeping pills regularly for three-year or more increases the risk of lung cancer three times and taking sleeping pills twice a week double the risk of lung cancer. According to a study published in the "BMJ Open journal" shown that sleeping pills, or "hypnotics", like zolpidem (Ambien), temazepam (Restoril), eszopiclone (Lunesta) and zaleplon (Sonata) are more likely to develop lung cancer. The patients who were taking sleeping pills die prematurely, than those who are not taking sleeping pills. During the study of 20 years, scientist from Norway, Finland and the UK; are thought that sleeping pills are the largest and highlighted cause of lung cancer. This study is done on nearly 30,000 people and found a high risk of growth of deadly disease cancerous cells in the mouth, nose or windpipe. In another study scientist compared the death rate with two groups, one who were taking prescribed sleeping pills - more than 10,500 people and other who were not taking - more than 23,600;