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TUES., MAY 20, 2014: JUST-RELEASED NATURAL HEALTH STUDY
SLEEPING PILLS INCREASE CV EVENTS IN HEART FAILURE PATIENTS: Heart failure patients who take prescribed sleeping pills have nine times the risk of cardiovascular events, according to newly presented research. (Sleeping problems are a frequent side effect of heart failure, and it is common for patients to be prescribed sleeping pills when they are discharged from hospital. Because they often also take several other drugs for heart failure, such as diuretics, blood thinners, and blood pressure medications, it has been difficult to determine the specific risks of sleeping pills alone for this group.) Patients were divided according to two different heart failure types: those with preserved ejection fraction and those with reduced ejection fraction. It was found that those in the preserved ejection faction group who were prescribed sleeping pills had nine times the risk of cardiovascular events than those in that group who were not. Many sleeping pills can depress respiratory activity, which could exacerbate sleep disordered breathing and lead to a worse cardiovascular prognosis. This study was presented in Athens on May 20, 2014 at the annual meeting of the Heart Failure Association of the European Society of Cardiology. It has not yet been journal-published or posted online.

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