There has been a trend in beaty technology lately and that is getting longer eye lashes. But now the Swedish Läkemedelsverket (that proves drugs in Sweden) is going out with a warning that you get get side effects that kan give life long defects on your eyes and surrounding tissue. You can even get changed eye colour, discoloring of skin etcetera, according to DN.se.
So do not use those products, no beauty if worth risking your original looks.
Why are children even subject to sleeping pills? I think the real issue is why are the children having sleeping problems? In todays newspapers Expressen.se and Dn.se we can read that doctors in Sweden are prescribing sleeping pills for children and teenagers ment for adults.
The medication Circadin, that has been subscribed, isn´t even approved by Läkemedelsverket (institution for approving medicine in Sweden) to people under 55, according to Expressen.se. Strange, how come it can even be subscribed as a regular drug if it even isn´t approved for most of us? I am just wondering. According to Expressen.se the drug usage of Circadin has increased with 594 procentage. Sleeping pills are not the only medicines that are subscribed off the lable to people. There are even ADHD medicines and other medicines too. This is a problem.
I am just wondering why it is even possible to subscribe something unapproved to children? A adult can allways make the choice to risk their lives, but for the children we have no idea of the future problems they might get using unapproved pills. Dangerous in fact. I cannot even understand how parents allow this to happen? Have they even been informed? I am just asking. There are so many questions running through my head.
If someone is dying I can understand risking a unapproved medicine as “last chance”, but otherwise not.
I am thinking what lays behind children even needing sleeping pills? What is wrong with our society? And if they must have it do to ADHD medicine or any other bieffect then it´s even more disturbing. However none of these questions is answered in the article.