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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Taking more than 15 grams of acetamenophin is considered lethal. That is about 30 pills. It could take less for some people. The diphenhydramine that makes for the PM, won't kill
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For some medications as little as 20 mg is enough to turn lethal. M...
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very much. There are multiple things that can happen depending upon the drug. The most common ones are severe and frequent vomitting at different intervals, besides this liver/kidneys
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