Sominex tablets, 16, Relief From Insomnia
Sominex tablets provide temporary relief from sleeping difficulties. They are clinically proven and easy to swallow. Contain promethazine hydrochloride, an antihistamine.
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Sominex Sleeping Tablets
Sominex Sleeping tablets are a medicine used to aid sleep at night time. They contain an ingredient called promethazine hydrochloride, an antihistamine with a sedative effect that can correct difficulty in going to sleep and staying asleep.
Although promethazine hydrochloride is primarily used to relieve allergies, it can be used for short-term sleep problems such as insomnia. Before taking Sominex Sleeping Tablets, you should first try and use natural remedies to your sleeping problems. These can include:
- Trying to go to bed at a consistent time
- Getting plenty of sunlight
- Regular exercise
More information about Sominex Sleep Tablets main ingredient can be found on the NHS website.
Sominex 16 Tablets
Each pack contains Sominex 16 Tablets with no other pack size available. At My Pharmacy UK we currently offer a maximum of one box of Sominex 16 tablets pack.
Sominex Herbal is an herbal alternative to Sominex sleeping tablets. Instead of containing the antihistamine promethazine hydrochloride, Sominex herbal contains extracts of flowers and herbs. It contains extracts of Hop Strobile, Valeria and Passion Flower.
Sominex Herbal may not be suitable as an alternative to Sominex Sleeping tablets if you are allergic to the ingredients, under the age of 18 and are already taking medicine for sleep or anxiety.
Sominex drug interactions may be a problem for someone who is already taking other medication for sleeping or anxiety disorders. There are currently eleven major sominex drug interactions, 387 moderate Sominex drug interactions and 2 minor Sominex drug interactions.
One of these major Sominex drug interactions is depression. A variety of abnormal thinking and behaviour changes have been reported when sedatives are used, particularly in people who have had a history of depression. The sominex drug should be administered carefully with these patients and monitored closely. Large quantities of Sominex tablets should be avoided in patients who have a history or are currently showing signs of depression.
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Sominex Dosage Instructions
The following Sominex Dosage Instructions is the general recommended dosage and may change depending on prescription and your doctor’s advice.
Recommended Sominex Dosage Instructions for Adults, the Elderly and Children over sixteen
- One tablet at bed time
- Can be taken up to one hour after going to bed when you can’t get to sleep
- This medicine should not be used for more than seven days in a row. Natural sleep patterns generally return after seven days, if not, contact your doctor about sleeplessness.
Recommended Sominex Dosage Instructions in Children and Adolescents
- This medication should not be given to children under sixteen unless a doctor has told you to do so
If you’ve gone over the recommended Sominex dosage you should immediately contact the nearest hospital or tell your doctor.
How Many Sominex Should I Take?
How many Sominex should I take? This will depend on instructions given to you by your doctor and may differ from the recommended dosage found in the patient information leaflet.
If you have any further questions or are unsure about “How many sominex should I take?” ask your doctor.
Sominex Side Effects
Like with all medicine, Sominex Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Sominex side effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
Below is a list of Sominex Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken Sominex tablets. For a full list, please refer to the patient information leaflet.
If you think you have any of the following serious side effects or symptoms, immediately stop using this medicine and contact a doctor as soon as possible.
- Allergic reactions
- Difficulty breathing, swelling of the mouth or skin, vomiting or stomach pain
- Yellowing of the eyes or skin
- Palpitations or abnormal heart rhythm
- Low blood pressure
- Blurred, reduced vision or eye pain
- Lack of energy
- Reduction of white blood cells and platelets in blood
Other possible side effects
- Dizziness or headaches
- Clumsiness or disorientation
- Shaking and trembling
- Stomach upsets or dry mouth
- Difficulty in passing urine
- Restlessness or excitation
- Feeling or being sick
- Sensitivity to sunlight
- Difficulty sleeping
- Ringing in the ears
- Block/stuffy nose
Is Sominex Safe?
Is sominex safe? For the majority of people yes, however some may have an allergic reaction or other reactions because of other medications they are currently taking.
You should avoid the following when taking Sominex tablets:
- Sominex tablets can cause blurred vision and can impair reaction times. You should not drive or do anything that requires being alert and ready to react quickly
- Drinking alcohol
- Speak with your doctor before using other cold, cough, and allergy or sleep medication. Antihistamines are contained within a number of different medications, thus taking certain medicines together can cause you to have too much antihistamine
If you’re still unsure about ‘Is Sominex safe?’ check with your doctor or pharmacist.
Sominex Or Nytol?
When choosing between sominex or nytol you should first consult with your doctor about the differences and how you may react to them. If you are already taking medications that contain antihistamines, Sominex or Nytol may not be suitable.
One of the main differences when choosing between Sominex or Nytol are the different antihistamines used in both. Sominex Tablets contain promethazine hydrochloride and Nytol contains diphenhydramine.
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Our team will also be able to advise on any alternative treatments should the Sominex reviews cause you to look for an alternative.
Sominex Tablets are one of the many different sleeping and insomnia treatments we have available at My Pharmacy. Before changing treatments you should consult with your doctor and try to find the best Sominex alternative for you and your sleeping issues.
You may want to consider some of the following as a Sominex alternative:
- Nytol One-a-Night Tablets
- Kalms One-a-Night Tablets
- Phenergan Elixir
- Nytol Herbal Tablets
- Sominex Herbal
For bedtime use only.
Adults: one tablet at bedtime. May be taken up to one hour after going to bed when sleep is difficult to achieve.
Paediatric population: Not to be given to children under the age of 16 years except on medical advice.
Elderly: the normal adult dose may be taken.
Method of administration
For oral administration
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This product causes drowsiness. Do not drive or operate machinery.
4.8 Undesirable effects
Blood and lymphatic system disorders
Agranulocytosis, leucopenia, thrombocytopenia. Blood dycrasias occur rarely.
Sedation, paradoxical reactions such as hyperexcitability and abnormal movements, drowsiness, confusion, disorientation, restlessness, insomnia.
Nervous system disorders
Convulsive seizures, headache, psychomotor impairment, antimuscarinic effects (dry mouth, blurred vision, urinary retention). Dizziness, tremor and extrapyramidal effects are rare side effects.
Angle closure glaucoma occurs rarely.
Ear and labyrinth disorders
Heart rate and rhythm disorders
Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders
Nasal stuffiness. Bronchospasm occurs rarely.
Jaundice occurs rarely.
Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders
Photosensitivity. Angioedema and rashes occur rarely.
General disorders and administration site conditions
Anaphylaxis occurs rarely.
The elderly are particularly susceptible to the anticholinergic effects and confusion due to promethazine.