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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