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Cheryl McCormack, 17, died Dec. 22 after having bewitched ecstasy with three other friends at a sleep-over on Dec. 19. McCormack's friends indicated that the girls had been delightful the drug, which can suppress appetite, to aid in weight loss.

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Eaton Rapids woman fights prescription drug abuse in memory of daughter

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AMA Opioid Task Force Issues Updated Naloxone Guidance

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More Naloxone Co-prescribing Considerations

According to the task force's newly updated naloxone resource, family physicians who are trying to determine whether to co-prescribe naloxone should also consider discussing with patients

the risk for and symptoms of opioid overdose,
the potential stigma associated with opioid use disorder,
the broader issue of treating substance use disorder, and
appropriate training to deal with an overdose.

Additional benefits that co-prescribing naloxone offers include reducing emergency department visits and helping patients become more aware of the potential hazards of opioid misuse.

The task force document also referenced a study published online Sept. 20, 2016, in the journal Substance Abuse that found that co-prescribing naloxone for patients at risk for overdose doesn't increase the liability risk for practices. Specifically, the study stated that the legal risk associated with prescribing naloxone is no higher than that associated with prescribing any other medication and, in many cases, is lower.

is it painful to die of sleep aid overdose?

do you just go to sleep forever?


@ Ashley, are you kidding? my friend had to be taken to the hospital, she almost died from a Nyquil overdose. You can OD on anything. Anyway back to the question. If you were going to take enough of a sleep aid to overdose, I doubt it would be the serene,


i dont think anyone who experienced it can tell us.

but those things u just buy over the counter wont kill you. They dont make them strong enough to kill with an overdose, basically cause of people like you.


please talk to suicide PREVENTION.

can you overdose on Sleep Aid Dipenhydramine Hydrochloride ?

Like if you took 40 capsules, containing 50 mg would it be that strong to kill you?
this question is not subjective


Yes, you can overdose on sleeping pills... but not all of them will kill you right away. Some will just damage your liver to the point where you will have a very slow and painful death.

RxList.com says "Overdose warning: Taking more


Yes, you can overdose on sleeping pills... but not all of them will kill you right away. Some will just damage your liver to the point where you will have a very slow and painful death.

RxList.com says "Overdose warning: Taking more


WILL YOU PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEASE GET OFF OF THIS SUICIDE KICK!? GET SOME FRICKIN' HELP!! STOP PREYING ON PEOPLE'S CARING NATURE!! GOOD GRIEF!! YOU EITHER NEED HELP FOR YOUR DEPRESSION OR YOU NEED HELP FOR SEEKING ATTENTION BY MAKING STATEMENTS OR ASKING