What Kind of Pills Make You Go to Sleep?

What Kind of Sleeping Pills Make You Go to Sleep?

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 1,046 total views Sleeping pills are commonly classified into two groups: sedative-hypnotic and non-barbiturate. A sedative-hypnotic drug is a medicine that induces drowsiness, relaxes the body, and induces sleep. Non-barbiturate sedative-hypnotics are non-barbiturate sleep aids.  Barbiturate sleeping pills include sodium amytal and phenobarbital. Non-barbiturate sedatives are benzodiazepines such as chlordiazepoxide, temazepam, flurazepam, loprazolam, triazolam and estazolam. The benzodiazepines may or may not be habit-forming. Sleeping pills are medications you take to help you sleep better. They are non-addictive and do not cause sleepwalking as some over-the-counter medications can, but they are…

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