GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Advil Pm Sleep Onset Time Statistics

Advil PM has been shown to help individuals fall asleep faster, with a typical sleep onset time reduction of around 15-20 minutes compared to a placebo.

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"Diphenhydramine is classified as a first-generation antihistamine with sedative properties."

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"Advil PM is reported by some users to improve sleep quality by reducing nighttime awakenings."

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"The recommended dosage for adults is two caplets of Advil PM at bedtime."

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"Diphenhydramine, the active ingredient in Advil PM, has a half-life of approximately 5-10 hours."

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"Advil PM contains 200 mg of ibuprofen and 38 mg of diphenhydramine."

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"Advil PM is an NSAID combined with a sleep aid, commonly used to help both pain and sleep."

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"30% of adults report difficulty falling asleep at least some of the time."

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"20% of users report feeling groggy or unrefreshed the day after using Advil PM."

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"Approximately 70 million people in the U.S. have sleep disorders, including difficulties with sleep onset."

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"A study estimated that between 5-10% of the adult population frequently uses sleep aids."

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"Non-prescription sleep aids like Advil PM are widely used due to their accessibility."

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"In a double-blind study, 80% of participants using diphenhydramine reported reduced sleep latency."

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"Chronic use of diphenhydramine can lead to tolerance, reducing its effectiveness for insomnia."

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"Studies show that OTC medications containing diphenhydramine can decrease sleep onset time by an average of 15 minutes."

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"Advil PM is not recommended for children under 12 years old."

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"In a survey, 60% of participants reported an improvement in falling asleep with Advil PM."

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"The FDA approved diphenhydramine for use in over-the-counter sleep aids."

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"Sleep onset insomnia affects approximately 30% of the adult population."

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"Advil PM should not be used with other sedatives or alcohol to avoid excessive drowsiness."

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"Approximately 15-20% of adults experience insomnia that lasts for a short period (acute insomnia)."

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