Nytol One-A-Night Caplets - The first thing to know about Nytol is that it’s a sleeping aid, not a ‘sleeping pill’. That means on the occasions when you can’t sleep, it will help you to get into a natural and healthy sleeping rhythm, but won’t knock you out and doesn’t normally leave you groggy in the morning.
Who are Nytol One-A-Night Caplets for?
Nytol One-A-Night Caplets are for people who suffer from disturbed sleep that would prefer to take one caplet to help relieve their temporary sleeplessness. One caplet contains the same dose as two original Nytol Caplets.
What do Nytol One-A-Night Caplets contain?
Nytol One-A-Night Caplets contain the active ingredient Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride. Diphenhydramine is a commonly used and trusted sedating antihistamine. Nytol can help you drift off to sleep and so helps you wake up feeling refreshed in the morning.
What is meant by natural sleep?
Nytol One-A-Night Caplets can help you gently drift off into a natural sleep. It won’t knock you out as you would be for a hospital operation.
Are Nytol One-A-Night Caplets the same as prescription sleeping pills?
No. Nytol One-A-Night Caplets are considered to have a good enough safety profile to allow them to be bought over the counter at your local pharmacy. Prescription sleeping pills must be prescribed by your doctor.
How and when should I use Nytol One-A-Night Caplets?
The recommended dosage of Nytol One-A-Night Caplets is one 50mg caplet, 20 minutes before you go to bed, unless otherwise directed by your doctor. If after two weeks you’re still having trouble sleeping, you should consult your doctor as Nytol may not be an appropriate way to treat your problem.
With today’s busy lifestyles, a lot of us seem to be finding it difficult to get a good night’s sleep. We could put our lack of sleep down to the pressures of modern living, but as sleep is vital for health, it’s important you know if you’re getting enough and what to do if you’re not. For many of us, a change of job, a new baby, or a personal problem, can lead to a temporary lack of sleep, but this blip should return to normal quite quickly.
Making small lifestyle changes can be a useful way to get back into a healthy sleep routine. This section provides in-depth information to help you understand better what sleep really is, which is itself the first step towards restful nights and pleasant mornings.