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Insomnia is defined as the inability to fall asleep, or the inability to stay asleep – which leads to frequent awakenings and a disrupted, unhealthy sleeping pattern.

Studies show that up to 30% of the population suffers from insomnia, or experiences difficulty sleeping on a regular basis due to pain, anxiety and a wide range of other underlying physical and mental health issues.

Unhealthy sleeping habits increase susceptibility to a variety of emotional issues, including feelings of irritability and anger, as well as more severe mental health problems that can be difficult to manage such as depression.

Anxiety, stress, fatigue, and daytime sleepiness can severely disrupt life, affecting concentration, relationships, and employment.


Types of Insomnia

Identifying the specific type of insomnia you have is crucial.

Acute Insomnia: This is the most common form and involves short-term sleep difficulties, usually triggered by stress, such as an important meeting or job interview. It typically resolves on its own without treatment.

Sleep Onset Insomnia: People with this type struggle to fall asleep and often lie awake for hours, leading to drowsiness in the morning.

Sleep Maintenance Insomnia: This involves difficulty staying asleep, with frequent awakenings throughout the night, preventing a deep sleep.

Occasional Insomnia: Occasional difficulty falling asleep or frequent night awakenings typically pose no significant health risks.

Chronic Insomnia: This is a persistent inability to fall or stay asleep. People with chronic insomnia are at a higher risk of health problems due to insufficient sleep.

If you regularly struggle to fall or stay asleep and feel you’re not getting enough rest due to chronic insomnia, it’s important to consult your doctor.

Insomnia Treatment Options

You’ve probably heard it many times: your sleep pattern is closely linked to your diet and exercise habits.

The best way to treat insomnia is to improve other aspects of your life. This includes establishing a regular exercise routine, avoiding fatty and sugary foods, cutting out caffeine, and quitting unhealthy habits like smoking and binge drinking.

Setting up conditions that promote sleep is also crucial. Blue light from laptops and mobile devices can interfere with your ability to fall asleep. Using a free app like F.lux, which adjusts your screen’s color based on the time of day, can help mitigate this issue.

If your insomnia is due to pain or a medical condition that prevents regular exercise, there are many healthy foods and drinks that can help you feel sleepy, fall asleep faster, and improve sleep quality.

When natural methods fail, doctors may prescribe sleeping tablets to treat insomnia. These medications are designed to make you feel sleepy, fall asleep quickly, and enjoy a restful sleep. They have strong sedative effects that help you stay asleep and restore a healthy sleep cycle quickly.

Because medication is a fast and effective way to treat sleep problems and prevent rebound insomnia, searches for terms like “sleeping tablets,” “prescription-free sleeping tablets,” and “sleeping tablets online” are becoming more common.

There are two main types of sleep medication available to the public: over-the-counter sleeping tablets and those available online. We’ve summarized each type below for you.


Over-the-Counter Sleeping Tablets

There are many over-the-counter sleeping tablets available, typically containing antihistamines or combinations of antihistamines with pain relievers or alcohol.

Diphenhydramine: Found in brands like Compoz, Nytol, and Sominex, this antihistamine helps induce sleep.

Doxylamine: This antihistamine, which acts as a sedative-hypnotic, is found in brands like Unisom and Nighttime Sleep Aid.

Tylenol PM and Aspirin-Free Anacin PM: These brands combine antihistamines with the pain reliever acetaminophen to help people fall asleep quickly.

Vicks NyQuil: Combines antihistamines with alcohol to provide a calming effect and induce sleepiness.

Melatonin: A natural hormone available as a dietary supplement, melatonin is used mainly by adults aged 55 and over to repair their sleep cycle. It is also popular among people suffering from jet lag and those who do shift work.

There are also various herbal remedies claiming to help induce sleep and improve sleep quality.

Over-the-counter sleeping tablets are available without a prescription online, at most high street chemists, and even at major supermarket chains such as TESCO and ASDA. They are generally considered safe for extended use over long periods, but patients should always read and follow the instructions or consult a doctor if unsure.

Anxiety, Pain & Insomnia Treatment – Quick Reference Guide

To help you choose the best treatment for anxiety, pain, and insomnia, refer to our quick reference guide. Compare the most popular medications available now for fast home delivery.

ZopicloneNon benzodiazepine (Z drug)Insomnia Treatment7.5 mg, 10 mg40 - 60 min8- 9 hours
AlprazolamBenzodiazepineAnxiety Treatment1 mg, 2 mg40 - 60 min4 - 5 hours
ClonazepamBenzodiazepineAnxiety Treatment1 mg, 2 mg20 - 60 min3 - 4 hours
Codeine PhosphateOpiate Analgesic PainkillerPain Treatment30 mg30 - 60 min4 - 6 hours
DiazepamBenzodiazepineAnxiety Treatment10 mg40 - 60 min4 - 6 hours
DihydrocodeineAnalgesic Combination PainkillerPain Treatment30 mg, 60 mg, 90 mg, 120 mg60 - 90 min4 - 6 hours
LorazepamBenzodiazepineAnxiety Treatment2 mg, 3 mg20 - 30 min6 - 8 hours
NitrazepamBenzodiazepineInsomnia & Anxiety Treatment10 mg30 - 60 min6 - 8 hours
TramadolOpiate Analgesic PainkillerPain Treatment50 mg, 100 mg, 200 mg30 - 60 min4 - 6 hours

Always Use Medicine with Care

While our website provides accurate information, it is not intended to replace advice from a doctor or qualified medical practitioner.

All medications carry certain risks and potential side effects. To minimize these risks, patients should always read and follow the patient information leaflet available for download with each product on our website.

Sleep medicine is designed for short-term use, typically no longer than 2-4 weeks, to avoid the risk of addiction or dependence.

Sleeping tablets should never be taken with alcohol, as this can dangerously enhance their sedative effects.

By closely following the usage and dosage guidelines, the chances of experiencing unwanted side effects or withdrawal symptoms are minimal.

One common side effect of sleep medicine is next-day drowsiness, so patients should exercise extra caution if they need to drive.

If you experience any unwanted side effects, seek immediate medical attention.

Online Pharmacy No Pre-scription

If you suffer from sleep problems due to anxiety, stress, jet lag, or restless leg syndrome (RLS), or if you have a medical condition affecting your sleep quality, you can order anxiety, pain, and insomnia treatments for speedy home delivery from our online pharmacy—no prescription needed.

If you already know which medication you need, you can go ahead and order. However, if you have never taken these medications before, it is advised to consult your doctor about potential allergic reactions.

After consulting your doctor, you can make an informed decision to improve your sleep quality using either prescription sleep medicine or herbal remedies.

Our online pharmacy ensures fast delivery of all orders, with an average shipping time of 2-7 working days worldwide.

See the full list of countries we deliver to below, or contact our 24-hour customer support for more details.



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