From National Post: Many physicians are prescribing a low dose of Seroquel, an atypical antipsychotic, to patients with insomnia. Experts warn that even a low dose could be dangerous, as Seroquel can lead to adverse effects including akathisia, diabetes, Parkinson’s-like tremors, sleep apnea, and heart arrhythmia.
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