What Is a Lethal Dose of Sleeping Pills?

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A lethal dose of sleeping pills can be described as an excess intake or ingestion of prescription tablets or capsules that are specifically intended for inducing sleep in a patient. An overdose of sleeping pills may cause severe damage to ones brain and may even exceed into a coma.
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The answer is complicated it depends on the medication and the person taking it. My question is why do you want to know? I am guessing either you can't sleep and are taking too much
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On a scale of 1-10 its the worst pain ever 100! , feels like your stomach is burning then everything goes black and you can't see anything and can hardly move but want to scream because
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Three types of prescription pills exist-antidepressants that sedate, pills that help you fall asleep, and medication that assists you in staying asleep. According to mayoclinic.com,
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The fatal dose of lorazepam in adults is thought to be as high as 1.85g,
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