Studies show that almost one third of the population in India has sleep problems. About 9% of the Indian population has severe insomnia. Studies show that up to 30% of people suffer from insomnia. If you are a pill taker who does not fall asleep you can understand that you are one of them.
The last resort for those suffering from insomnia is a sleeping pill. Occasionally there is a problem with taking a turn. Its side effects have the biggest impact when it changes routinely.
A sleeping pill can give us dizziness. These pills increase fatigue and dizziness and promote good sleep. These pills are all of the short-term type of use. Doctors say that when taken regularly, they can affect memory and attention.
Initially they take two milliliters of sleeping pill. Day by day it does not give sleep. Thus they themselves will convert two milliliters to four milliliters. This will increase the dose a little bit. Eventually they will suffer from insomnia even after taking 10 mg.
When we first take the pill our body will be bound to that dose. Sleep does not come as the body gets used to that dose day by day. Because of this many people go as far as eating 5-6 pills.
People who regularly take sleeping pills may experience burning sensations in the hands, feet, and ankles. Anorexia occurs. There will be constipation and diarrhea. There will always be dizziness. Doctors warn that it can cause problems such as dry mouth, sore throat, shortness of breath, headache, chest irritation, nausea, mood swings, distraction, memory loss, abdominal pain, difficulty even standing properly, and physical fatigue.