Travelers are often told to take a sleeping pill every night, but if they aren’t careful, the synthetic pyrazine may be leaking into the bloodstream and potentially causing more serious side effects.
Lysophophosphamine (LP) is a synthetic form of pyrazolam, and is sold as a sleeping drug to people with insomnia, pain and anxiety.
It is also used to treat some common conditions like allergies, cancer and obesity.
For some people, however, LP has dangerous side effects, including an increased risk of death.
The synthetic pyrozine is made by Synthex Pharmaceuticals in the United States and is marketed as a treatment for insomnia and insomnia related disorders.
The company says that it is the safest sleeping medication on the market, but it’s been linked to serious side-effects including: Increased risk of heart attacks, strokes and death from cardiac arrest