If you’re suffering from a cold or the flu, symptoms such as an unshakable cough, a runny nose, a sore throat, a headache, and general aches and pains can be a real downer. But they can often be extra troublesome at night, where they can keep you awake for hours and make you feel decidedly groggy the next morning.
Looking for a treatment that specifically addresses night-time cold and flu symptoms and helps to aid a restful and uninterrupted night’s sleep? Night Nurse contains 3 active ingredients — promethazine hydrochloride, dextromethorphan hydrobromide, and paracetamol — that help to bring down your temperature, soothe your sore throat, suppress your cough, and alleviate muscle aches and pains during the night.
Available in liquid or capsule form, this fast-acting formula takes around half an hour to have an effect, and can help you doze off when cold and flu symptoms threaten to ruin a good night’s sleep. But what do real users of Night Nurse think? How effective is Night Nurse at treating cold and flu symptoms? How quickly does it work? And can it really help you sleep better at night?
Let’s find out from some of those who have actually used it.
What do real users think of Night Nurse?
It’s safe to say that, on the whole, users of Night Nurse are pretty pleased with the product — in fact, Night Nurse has 90+ 5-star reviews on The Independent Pharmacy, with users citing its effectiveness at treating cold and flu symptoms, how quickly it gets to work, and its ability to aid a restful night’s sleep.
Of course, if you’re looking for a little more ‘real-world’ information from people who have actually used the treatment before you buy Night Nurse liquid or capsules, simply click the star rating at the top of the Night Nurse product page and have a read through our authentic user reviews.
However, if you have neither the time nor the inclination to read through 10+ pages of reviews (you probably don’t want to stare at a screen for too long with cold and flu symptoms, after all) we’ve done the work for you: below, we’ve handily summarised the most frequently-mentioned comments and thoughts so you can get a general sense of how Night Nurse users really feel about the product.
Night Nurse tablets reviews:
At the time of writing, every user who has purchased Night Nurse capsules from The Independent Pharmacy has left a 5-star review. But what were our customers so impressed by? Here’s a summary of some of their thoughts:
- Users are very satisfied with Night Nurse capsules’ effectiveness at treating cold and flu symptoms — they’ve been described as a “godsend when you have a cold or flu”.
- Several users have commented on Night Nurse capsules’ effectiveness at improving sleep quality, with one user commenting that “taking one before bedtime really helped me get a good night's sleep”.
- In fact, one user commented that Night Nurse capsules are the “only cold remedy that really helps at night”.
- Many users have used this treatment more than once, with one user commenting that they’ve used it several times “knowing it will work”.*
*Please be advised that Night Nurse should not be used for more than 3 consecutive days, as there is a risk it could cause addiction.
Night Nurse liquid reviews:
As with Night Nurse capsules, Night Nurse liquid is rated 5 stars across the board at the time of writing, with users finding it a very effective treatment for cold and flu symptoms which aids in a restful night’s sleep. Here’s what Night Nurse liquid users thought:
- The consensus is that Night Nurse liquid is a very effective cold and flu medication, with users commenting that it provides “excellent relief [for] cold and flu-like symptoms” and others remarking that it “works extremely well”.
- Many users have found Night Nurse liquid to be effective at helping them sleep well, with one confirming the treatment “works well when you have [a] bad cold and cannot sleep at night” and another saying it “helps to give you a restful night's sleep”.
- Users have been impressed with how quickly Night Nurse liquid gets to work, commenting that it “quickly reduces symptoms” of cold and flu.
Does Night Nurse make you sleepy?
Night Nurse liquid and capsules have proved effective at helping users sleep better when afflicted with cold and flu symptoms, with reviewers commenting that the medication “really helps you to sleep”. Even so, users have also remarked that Night Nurse “does not make you feel sleepy the next day”.
Night Nurse typically starts to take effect within 30 minutes, so for the best results you should take it around 20 minutes before you go to bed.
Buy Night Nurse today from The Independent Pharmacy
Many reviewers have also been impressed by the service provided by The Independent Pharmacy when purchasing Night Nurse capsules or liquid, with many applauding the simple purchase process (“very easy to order”) and “prompt delivery”. One user left this review: “Convenient, good price, and straight to your door without leaving your home.”
Struggling to get to sleep at night because of cold and flu symptoms such as coughs, aches, pains, and headaches? Night Nurse is rated 5 stars by customers due to its fast-acting formulation and its effectiveness at providing relief from night-time cold and flu symptoms.
Order Night Nurse liquid or tablets without prescription from The Independent Pharmacy today and receive your cold and flu medication as early as the next day.