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Piriton Chlorphenamine Allergy Tablets 4mg 500 Tablets - Free Delivery £12.99 @ Pharmacy First
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Piriton Chlorphenamine Allergy Tablets 4mg 500 Tablets - Free Delivery £12.99 @ Pharmacy First

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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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If you go to your pharmacy free via common ailments scheme
my order for 👇 should arrive soon:

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nunny195319/11/2019 18:31

If you go to your pharmacy free via common ailments scheme


That's only for those are exempt from NHS prescription charges.
Mines still 2/3 full from the one last year and that's taking it most days for a dust allergy! It's like a never ending pot! Great deal!
Sorry I'm in wales so free for everyone
For those that don't know: These are as good as (if not better than) over the counter sleeping tablets like one a night nytol. Plus they're safe to take regularly (as long as the ingredients agree with you I guess). Taking an antihistamine was advised by my GP when I was doing shift work switching between nights and days. Apparently that's all nytol is, antihistamine that makes you drowsy.

I use this exact product, the large tub has lasted me over a year now.
Edited by: "Lenibells" 19th Nov 2019
I take these at night to help keep me asleep, I buy this same pot.
Ordered. thanks OP. Heat
Lenibells19/11/2019 21:00

For those that don't know: These are as good as (if not better than) over …For those that don't know: These are as good as (if not better than) over the counter sleeping tablets like one a night nytol. Plus they're safe to take regularly (as long as the ingredients agree with you I guess). Taking an antihistamine was advised by my GP when I was doing shift work switching between nights and days. Apparently that's all nytol is, antihistamine that makes you drowsy. I use this exact product, the large tub has lasted me over a year now.


=-I was really interested in your post until I read this from medical website:

While some over-the-counter antihistamines can cause drowsiness, routinely using them to treat insomnia isn't recommended.

Antihistamines, mainly used to treat symptoms of hay fever or other allergies, can induce drowsiness by working against a chemical produced by the central nervous system (histamine). These medications can be useful in certain situations, such as for treating sleeplessness related to travel.


However, tolerance to the sedative effects of antihistamines can develop quickly. As a result, the longer you take them, the less likely they are to make you sleepy. Side effects might include daytime drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness.

Also, the sedating antihistamines diphenhydramine and doxylamine have anticholinergic properties that make them poor choices for older adults. Research suggests that anticholinergics might increase the risk of dementia. In older adults these drugs also can cause confusion, hallucinations, dry mouth, blurred vision, constipation, nausea, impaired sweating, inability to empty the bladder completely (urinary retention) and rapid heart rate (tachycardia).

Diphenhydramine and doxylamine also aren't recommended for people who have closed-angle glaucoma, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or severe liver disease.

If you're struggling with chronic insomnia, don't rely on antihistamines for a good night's sleep.
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