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EXCEDRIN PM HEADACHE: FAST NIGHTTIME HEADACHE RELIEF WITH A SLEEP AID

Beat nighttime headaches fast with this sleep aid and pain reliever.

It can be hard to get to sleep at night, for lots of reasons. But if you suffer from nighttime headaches, “head pain” is one of the reasons to add to the list — so you may consider taking a sleep aid and pain reliever to help you fall asleep.

Excedrin® PM Headache is a non-habit-forming nighttime sleep aid that has provided safe and effective relief for over 40 years.

Read on to learn more about this sleep aid and pain reliever.

How does Excedrin® PM Headache work?

Excedrin® PM Headache contains two pain relieving agents (acetaminophen, a centrally acting analgesic, and aspirin, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agent) that fight nighttime headache pain in two different ways, as well as diphenhydramine, a non-addictive sleep aid.

Can Excedrin® PM Headache be used for a migraine?

PM Headache is indicated for the temporary relief of occasional nighttime headaches and minor aches and pains with accompanying sleeplessness. A migraine is a medical condition that should be diagnosed by a physician. For more on Excedrin® products, visit the product selector tool.

Can I use Excedrin® PM Headache during the daytime?

No, Excedrin® PM Headache is indicated for the temporary relief of occasional nighttime headaches and minor aches and pains with accompanying sleeplessness. When using this product, drowsiness will occur. Do not drive a motor vehicle or operate machinery while using this product.

Where can I get Excedrin® PM Headache?

To find the nearest store carrying this product, use our product locator feature.

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