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  1. Anna says:

    For some patients, sleep medications, sleeping pills, sleep medicines, Ambien CR is non-narcotic and a non-benzodiazepine, formulated to offer a new

  2. Kiera says:

    A placebo is like a sugar pill, they have no medicine. They are used for instance when testing a new drug in clinical trials so that they can test for accuracy and a person doesnt have perceived results because they think they are receiving medicine. In a clinical trial, some patients receive the medicine and some people receive the placebo, no one know what they are getting.As for your sleeping problem, if you simply go in and see your doctor he can tell you what he thinks will work best considering your concern with sexual function and other medicines you take. There are different types of sleeping problems, trouble falling asleep or trouble staying asleep. Ambien is a non-narcotic and helps you fall asleep but only lasts about 3 hours so doesnt work well if you have trouble staying asleep. Sleeping pills are almost always non-narcotic. In fact, I cant think of one that is a narcotic and specifically prescribed for sleeping problems. Try Unisom until you can go to the doctor. It should help and has absolutely no sexual side effects.

  3. Yessenia says:

    Can You give dogs sleeping pills? DO they make doggie sleeping small dogs on the plane pills>? if so where? We are taking our two with us, They are Hyper and Tend to bark alot

  4. Milagro says:

    You need a sleep aid you can depend upon without forming a habit. You know the feeling: you’re groggy all day long and you can’t fully concentrate on your tasks. Last night was another bout of restlessness. You tossed and turned and ended u… More:http://www.ehow.com/how_4681868_choose-nonnarcotic-sleep-aid.html

  5. Tran says:

    Ambien, Lunesta, Sonota, or Doral Get your ChaCha on! More:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-are-common-narcotic-sleeping-pills

  6. Sherlyn says:

    This is a problem in nomenclature. Narcotic by translation from the latin root means sleep-inducing (narcosis). So many different classes of drugs should fall into that category including benzodiazepines, barbituates, opioids, and atypical … More:http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070330012936AAw0Zu8

  7. Britta says:

    Ambien CR is non-narcotic and a non-benzodiazepine sleeping pills. Another one is diphenhydramine.

  8. Sharika says:

    You need a non-narcotic sleep aid that lets you get a good night's rest. Prescription sleep aids, also known as sleeping pills, are regulated by the Food and While some symptoms are caused by physical changes in the brain and hormone. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how_4681868_choose-nonnarcotic-sleep-aid.html

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