Do you wake up in the middle of the night or have trouble staying asleep?
Lack of sleep can lead to serious problems
SILENOR® is nonaddictive and helps you stay asleep for up to 7 hours
You may have insomnia—
and you are not alone
In the United States each year, 40 million people experience sleep problems
Insomnia affects people in different ways. Some of the most common sleep complaints are
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Difficulty staying asleep (waking up in the middle of the night without being able to return
- Early-morning awakenings (waking up too early in the morning without being able to return to sleep)
Insomnia can increase your risk of accidents and injuries
When you don’t get enough sleep, your coordination, alertness, and general functioning can suffer the next day.
There is a higher risk of making dangerous mistakes when you haven’t slept well:
60% of adults said they drove while drowsy in the past year
• 37% have “dozed off” behind the wheel
29% of US workers say they are extremely sleepy or fall asleep on the job
People with insomnia symptoms have double the risk of workplace accidents
Talking with your doctor
If you think you need help with your sleep problems, the first step is to speak with your healthcare provider
Depending on your diagnosis, your healthcare provider may prescribe SILENOR®, which may put you on a path to more sleep.
If your healthcare provider does prescribe SILENOR®, remember, practicing good bedtime habits and taking SILENOR® may help you get a better night’s sleep.
Ask for SILENOR® by name. There is no generic SILENOR®.
Access tools and tips designed to help you manage your sleep and talk with your healthcare provider about insomnia.
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You may pay as little as $25 for SILENOR® at participating pharmacies. Some restrictions may apply.
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