The FDA has approved a new prescription pill for insomnia.
A new study found that teenagers who are sleep deprived increase their risk of getting into an accident.
The FDA announced that sleeping drugs, Ambien, Ambien CR, and Edluar have all changed their labels to recommend lower dosages.
People suffering from insomnia might need to curb the dosage of the sleep medication they are using, especially if they are using Zolpidem or its products, more popularly known in the market as Ambien, Ambien CR, Edluar and Zolpimist. In an official notification issued by the FDA, the public has been warned against the morning after side effects of Zolpidem, the popular drug used to cure insomnia. According to the blood test results obtained from some patients regularly using the medicine, it has been found that high doses of it reduce the alertness of the individual.