Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Sleeping Drugs Increase Risk of Alzheimer's


Be careful in consuming sleeping pills, pills and antidepressants hay fever. If taken carelessly, increases the risk of Alzheimer's.

Researchers found a strong association between dementia experienced by parents and anticholinergic drugs, which include antihistamine Benadryl and Prition, and Nytol sleeping pills and some antidepressants. 

According to them, these drugs have a major influence on the brain by blocking asetikolin which has a number of functions in the body.

Launch the Daily Mail, Tuesday (27/01/2015), study leader from the University of Washington School of Pharmacy, Professor Shelly Gray, say, people who take the following drugs for more than three years at risk of developing dementia;

1. At least taking anti-depressant medication doxepin 10 mg per day.
2. Four milligrams per day of Nytol and Benadryl, and
3. Five milligrams of oxybutynin (Ditropan) per day for overactive bladder.

For those who use these drugs with higher doses, increasing the risk of dementia by 54 percent after seven years compared to those who did not use it at all.
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