Are Sleeping Pills Killing Our Creativity?

Sleep, that magical and misunderstood state that restores and nourishes. We crave sleep and in the midst of a poor economy, it’s in short supply. Yet sleep-promoting drugs are plentiful and come with a host of side effects that include sleep-driving, How to Buy Xanax 1 Mg Online without Prescription night eating and night walking without memory. The public is inundated with ads that promote pills and although the side effects are cleverly delivered, the warnings are clear. So why do the sales continue to climb?

According to Dr. Ray Armstrong, a cardiothoracic surgeon Buy Xanax Online from San Antonio, Texas, “the largest group of addicted individuals in America today are prescription drug-addicted people”. Dr. Armstrong spent nine years on Valium and took an additional 18 months to taper it safely.

Wendy Honeycutt became addicted to sleeping pills after her mother committed suicide and one of her children was killed in a 4-wheeling accident. “Sleeping pills work initially and create a sense of well-being,” states Honeycutt, “Unfortunately they stop working. I became desperate for sleep and stayed on them for years.”

Sleeping pills are only recommended for short-term use, yet many people are given them for extended periods of time. Insomnia is a big business and the sales of sleeping pills are soaring. But is this trend toward more pills hurting us in unseen ways?