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Insomia Sucks, But Sleeping Pills Can Increase Your Risk Of Death 400%

Is there anything that makes you feel worse than a sleepless night? Getting out of bed the next morning is truly depressing, knowing that your day is probably going to suck. It's enough to get many of us reaching for sleeping pills at night so we can at least be assured some shut-eye. But, according to a new study, that pill-induced sleep comes at a pretty high risk--a 400% increase rate of death.
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