Does Tylenol (acetaminophen) +sleep aid =Tylenol (acetaminophen) pm?

Tylenol (acetaminophen) PM. This is a combination medication that includes - acetaminophen (Tylenol) and diphenhydramine (Benadryl). It can be effective for sleep but unless pain or inflammation is associated with your insomnia, the Tylenol may not be a necessary component.

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Does tylenol (acetaminophen) pm work as a sleep aid even if you're not sick?

Not really. Tylenol (acetaminophen) pm has a decongestant in it of course, which doesn't help regarding sleep at all. There is often a small amount of antihistamine added, meant to dry up mucous, and to be mildly sedating. It doesn't always work, and antihistamines should not be used as sleep aides. First, there are better ones, and second, true sleep issues should be addressed. Warm milk and quiet environment is still best. Read more...

What is a good sleep aid aside from tylenol (acetaminophen) pm?

Melatonin, sleep rou. While many OTC meds help with sleep including PM aspirin, Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and specific sleep products. These often leave people feeling hung over the following morning. They are also not good over the long term. Melatonin, which you will find in the vitamin section, is effective and safe. Developing a regular bedtime routine may also help over time and,is your safest and most effective option. Read more...

Please describe a good sleep aid besides tylenol (acetaminophen) pm?

Others. I would try to first find out what is causing the sleep disturbance. May want to see your primary care md to assess. Possible sleeping agents include Benadryl and melatonin, which are over the counter, Ambien , lunesta, sonata, (zaleplon) trazodone, rozerem, etc. Read more...

Pain reliever pm with acetaminophen 500mg and sleep-aid diphenhydramine hci 25mg?

Question? What is your question? Typically the pm pain relievers contain an antihistamine to promote sleep. But you may be groggy in the morning when you wake up. If you do not need pain relief try to avoid them, too much tylenol (acetaminophen) can have very bad side effects. Also please take only infrequently, never on a continuous basis. If sleeping is a problem, talk to your physician. Read more...

Would 2 pills of tylenol, (acetaminophen) 1 tramadol, 2 advil, 1 oxycodone, 4 benadryl, 3 midnite sleep aid and 2 melatonin be bad or just put me to sleep for awhile?

GET HELP. Are you serious? Or are you depressed, frustrated, or exhausted? Your plan of action will likely hurt your liver and likely provide an additive sedative effect, but may actually activate seizure activity. Rather than designing your own sleep cocktail, would strongly urge discussion with your doctor, and even get an overnight sleep study. Do NOT mix all this stuff, risk is sky high!!! Read more...
Holy Cow ! Are you trying to tranquilize a horse? That is way too much stuff to put into your system. Please be safe. Read more...
Bad cocktail. This sounds like a really bad mixture of medications. The point is that you want to be able to wake up after you go to sleep - this cocktail may be dangerous. It is best to see your doctor for guidance as to what medications may work for you - and discuss why you are having trouble sleeping. Read more...
YES - DANGEROUS! This is way too much medication to take all at once, and could put you in grave danger - including potential liver/kidney damage, or worse - death. If you are having trouble sleeping, then talk to your doctor about this, and they can work on establishing an effective treatment plan. Work on your stress factors. Eliminate caffeinated beverages before bed. Best wishes. Read more...
Sleep. Your sleep might become permanent will all that medication. See a sleep specialist if you are having difficulty falling asleep. Read more...

Can I take Tylenol with nighttime sleep aid?

Yes. but make sure the night time sleeping aid does not already have tylenol already in it . Read more...