Category:Sleep aids and hypnotics

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This category contains articles about sleep aids including sleep-inducing drugs (hypnotics or sedatives), over the counter sleeping pills, non-drug sleep aids, behavioral strategies and alternative remedies. Sleep aids are used to treat insomnia or various types of sleep dysfunction.

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Amitriptyline, Ashwagandha, Audiovisual stimulation, Bromide, Camomile, Cannabinoid, Doxylamine, Imipramine, Interferential current therapy, Melissa officinalis, Non-benzodiazepine hypnotic, Nortriptyline, Passiflora, Suvorexant, Temazepam, Valerian, Zopiclone