German: Hypnotika
Japanese: 睡眠薬

Pharmacology. Drugs that induce sleep, used in the treatment of insomnia, e.g., benzodiazepines, or barbiturates. Hypnotics can only serve as a means of symptomatic therapy, possible side effects are reduced reactivity, hangover and addiction.

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