There are a wide variety of sleeping pills available to help you get a good night’s sleep. These include herbal tablets such as valerian and melatonin which are available over the counter without prescription at most high street pharmacies (including Tesco and Asda) and many supermarket chains. There are also benzodiazepine drugs that fall into the category of ‘hypnotics’ which have a more immediate and strong effect but can be addictive. These include alprazolam (Xanax), clonazepam (Klonopin), diazepam (Diastat, Valium) estazolam (Prosom) and temazepam (Restoril). Benzodiazepines are controlled substances so we cannot prescribe them online but you can buy them over the counter at most pharmacies and many supermarket chains. Go here https://www.simplysleepingpills.com
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Some people use these sleep aid pills for a specific problem such as jet lag, shift work or insomnia. For these individuals the most commonly used sleeping pill is melatonin which can be bought over the counter at most high street pharmacies and many supermarkets and can be taken several hours before bedtime. Some people also take sedative antihistamines such as doxylamine and phenytoin which are in the brands of many common over the counter sleeping tablets including Panadol Night, Nytol and Aspirin-Free Anacin PM.
Some of those who take sleeping pills use them to treat other conditions such as bruxism (teeth grinding) and anxiety as well as sleep problems. They often present these illnesses in illness narratives which justify their use of the pills as part of a wider treatment regime.