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Junior Seau's last days before suicide – USATODAY.com: Sad stuff, but a worthwhile read.
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Former NFL great Junior Seau, who committed suicide a month ago, suffered from insomnia for years and relied on prescription drugs to help him sleep, USA Today reported Friday.
The paper said it interviewed more than 50 friends, family members, neighbors and former teammates in an effort to piece together possible clues on why the former Chargers linebacker shot himself in the chest...
According to a report from the USA Today, former NFL linebacker Junior Seau had been struggling with a insomnia for years and he had been taking the sleeping pill Ambien in order to try to help the situation.
“He told me he usually woke up around 1 or 2 and couldn’t go back to sleep,” says Nancy Emsley, who worked out with Seau at a local gym. She would often...
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Hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ interview the biggest names in sports media and pop culture each week on Football Nation's The Sports-Casters podcast.
Their guest this week is Andrew Lawrence, writer and reporter for Sports Illustrated and SI.com.
In the wake of the death of Junior Seau, Lawrence authored a piece on SI.com that detailed the leagues increased focus on mental...
I know I start a lot of posts this way, but I'm sorry it's taken so long for me to get back here. Twitter has made it a lot easier to get "that one point" across, but makes it less likely that I'll try to build an entire installment around it. I was all set to write about the draft when Junior Seau passed away. Since then I've been working on about...
According to USA Today, at least 4 friends of Junior Seau say he suffered from insomnia and regularly took the drug Ambien.
One of those friends, Nancy Emsley, who worked out at the same gym as Seau, said that she often stressed to him the importance of getting eight hours of sleep after taking Ambien.
"He told me he usually woke up around 1 or 2 (a.m.) and couldn't go...