Night Nurse Capsules

Night Nurse Capsules are designed to offer comprehensive nighttime relief for cold and flu symptoms. Specifically formulated to address common ailments such as headaches, runny noses, dry coughs, shivers, aches, pains, and sore throats, these capsules provide fast relief. By alleviating these symptoms effectively, Night Nurse Capsules enable individuals to attain a restful night’s sleep, ultimately promoting a better overall sense of well-being upon waking.

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How do Night Nurse Capsules work?

Night Nurse Tablets Capsules blend three active ingredients to combat a variety of cold and flu symptoms effectively. Each capsule comprises 500mg of Paracetamol, renowned for its fever-reducing properties and pain relief. Additionally, 10mg of Promethazine hydrochloride aids in drying up runny noses and facilitating sleep initiation. Finally, 7.5mg of Dextromethorphan hydrobromide serves as a cough suppressant, alleviating dry or tickly coughs. Through the combined action of these ingredients, Night Nurse Capsules offer comprehensive relief, addressing different facets of cold and flu symptoms simultaneously.

Who can not take Night Nurse Capsules?

Night Nurse capsules should not be used in individuals under the age of 16. Avoid taking this medication if you have known allergies to paracetamol, promethazine hydrochloride, dextromethorphan hydrobromide, or any other listed ingredients. Refrain from consuming this product if you have a chest infection, worsening asthma, or severe respiratory issues, or if you have taken monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) for depression within the last two weeks. Similarly, avoid Night Nurse if you are planning a pregnancy test using your urine. Consult your healthcare provider before taking this medication if you experience a high temperature, skin rash, or persistent headache. Additionally, seek medical advice if you have been diagnosed with an intolerance to certain sugars, or if you have underlying heart, kidney, or liver conditions. Inform your doctor or pharmacist if you have glaucoma, epilepsy, difficulty urinating, prostate issues, or chronic respiratory problems with excessive phlegm. Finally, if you are elderly and experience confusion, consult with a healthcare professional before using Day and Night Nurse capsules. For the full list please refer to the Patient Information Leaflet. If you are an individual that is unable to take Night Nurse capsules, why not look at our Coughs, Cold and Flu Homepage

How to take Night Nurse

Consume 2 Night Nurse Capsules alongside a glass of water right before going to bed. Refrain from taking these capsules if you have already ingested four doses of a paracetamol-containing product throughout the day. Additionally, avoid using Night Nurse for more than three consecutive days.

Side Effects of Night Nurse Capsules

As with any medication, Night Nurse capsules have the potential to produce side effects, although not everyone may encounter them. Possible effects include drowsiness, dizziness, blurred vision, difficulty concentrating, and dry mouth. It’s important to discontinue this treatment and promptly inform your doctor if you experience allergic reactions, skin rash, breathing problems, confusion, or restlessness. For more details regarding the side effects of Night Nurse capsules, refer to the patient information leaflet included with this medication.

Alternative options to Night Nurse Tablets

To explore alternatives to Night Nurse capsules, we invite you to visit our Coughs, Cold and Flu Homepage . Here, you’ll find a wide selection of medications tailored to suit your needs.