Official Says Australians Suffer More Sleeping Pill Side Effects Than Other-Country Users
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
An Australian government official told a parliamentary committee Australians who take the Sanofi-Aventis drug Stilnox (zolpidem) to sleep appear to suffer far more serious side effects than users in other countries. The Therapeutic Goods Administration said it has been warning about side effects with the drug for the past five years. The drug, marketed in the United States as Ambien, has been linked with bizarre behavior such as sleepwalking and eating while sleeping. The government official said the higher number of Australian cases might be due to a better reporting system in the country. (Click here for more
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