A sleep aid that may be considered safe and effective for some people may not be safe and safe for others, researchers say.
The FDA’s latest report on the sleep aid market found that more than a million Americans have taken sleeping pills, benzodiazepines, or other sleep drugs in the past 12 months.
That’s nearly one in five Americans.
Sleep aid makers, including the makers of Xanax, Valium, and Ambien, are still on the market.
But they aren’t safe and may not help many people sleep at all.
The report also found that Americans use more than 10,000 drugs and over 12 million medications every day.
The report didn’t mention any sleep aid drugs, and researchers couldn’t determine how many people take them.
That means the FDA isn’t able to evaluate whether an aid is safe and doesn’t necessarily make it safe.
The agency has already approved two sleep aids, but it doesn’t recommend their use.
It only recommends people with insomnia get help.
It also hasn’t determined how many of those who take sleep aid are using them safely.
The sleep aid industry is still booming, with drug makers marketing more than 300,000 products, including a wide variety of sleep aids.
It’s unclear how many Americans use any of them.
The drugs and sleep aids the FDA doesn’t approve are widely used.
Sleep Aid USA, which makes Ambien and Valium and sells to a broad swath of the U.S., makes Xanax and Xanaxol.
The makers of Ambien have also been sued by the FDA for deceptive advertising.
The industry isn’t alone in being cautious.
The FDA has warned that sleeping aids like Xanax or Valium can cause breathing problems.
The drug makers haven’t publicly said whether they’ve changed their product labels.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine says it has no way of knowing if the products it recommends are safe or not.
It said its recommendations don’t take into account whether the products are effective for people who use them regularly or whether they are associated with adverse side effects.