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Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid are powerful over-the-counter sleep aid caplets that guarantee overnight relief from nighttime pain while taking care of sleeplessness.


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 Active Ingredients (in each tablet)

Acetaminophen 500 mg (Pain reliever)

Diphenhydramine HCl 25 mg (Nighttime Sleep aid)

Inactive Ingredients

FD&C Blue No. 1, FD&C Blue No. 2, hypromellose, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, polyethylene glycol, povidone K-30, pregelatinized starch, purified water, stearic acid, titanium dioxide

Expert Advice

Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid is the ultimate nighttime sleep aid to put an end to minor aches and pains while you’re sleeping.  The caplets of this product are designed to provide you with fast relief from the symptoms you suffer from. Each sleep aid caplet contains 500mg of acetaminophen and Diphenhydramine HCI 25 mg. The former is an analgesic that works to provide you with pain relief while simultaneously treating some flu-like symptoms that you may have. The latter is an antihistamine that is used to treat symptoms resulting from allergies. Therefore, with this ingredient combination, you can be sure to get the relief you need from symptoms such as headaches, minor aches and pains, fever, coughing, sneezing, and wheezing, among others. Therefore, unlike leading brands such as Tylenol PM Extra Strength Pain Reliever, APAP, Excedrin, and others, Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid works as a multi-purpose solution to get you the relief you need from pain no matter the cause. That said, in as much as Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid is a safe medication, it isn’t for everyone. It is important that you go through the product information located in this product’s packaging to orient yourself as to who should steer away from this medication. Please strictly adhere to the warning unless told otherwise by your doctor. Similarly, you must stick to the maximum dosage requirements stipulated in the product information unless your doctor gives you permission to do otherwise. For information related to FDA approval or drug-related compliance in the United States, please see your doctor. If you’d like to know how this medication interacts with ingredients such as hypromellose, sodium starch glycolate,corn starch, titanium dioxide, diphenhydramine hcl, polysorbate 80, propylene glycol, polyethylene glycol, diphenhydramine hydrochloride, powdered cellulose, or carnauba wax, please check in with your doctor.

Dr. Vandana Patel

MD, FCCP

Internal and pulmonary medicine expert with 30 years of experience with critical care medicine

Frequently Asked Questions

What is in Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid?

Each capsule of Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid contains 500mg of acetaminophen and Diphenhydramine HCI 25 mg. Acetaminophen serves to provide relief from both moderate and mild pain alike. Similarly, diphenhydramine works to take care of flu-like symptoms that affect your allergies. In addition to those ingredients, Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid also has a number of inactive ingredients. Please refer to the product packaging for more information about them.

Can I use Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid when using Coumadin?

Coumadin is an ingredient which acts as a blood-thinning drug warfarin. This means that this drug acts as an anticoagulant that thins out your blood so that it can be regulated throughout the body with more ease. While this type of drug lowers the chances of you having a blood clot, it should not be consumed with Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid. Doing so may cause a serious side effect. Therefore, please find out from your doctor whether you use both products at the same time. 

What happens if I take more than the recommended amount of Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid?

Each time prior to consuming Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid, it is imperative that you go through the overdose warning stipulated in the product description. unless your doctor tells you otherwise you must stick to this dosage. In case of overdose, you must go to the nearest Poison Control Center for medical help immediately as you an overdose implies that you will experience signs of a serious condition.

How often can I take Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid?

For adults and children who are twelve (12) years of age or over the age of twelve (12), two (2) tablets every six (6) hours should be taken before going to bed. Under no circumstances should you take more than two (2) of these pills within a twenty-four (24) hour period. This product is geared toward adults. Therefore, no child below the age of twelve (12) should take it.

Who cannot use Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid?

In the product information that is included in this product packaging, a series of caution notices indicate the persons who should avoid using this Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid. If you are currently using other products that contain acetaminophen, you should not be using this medication. Similarly, if you are unsure whether the prescription drugs (or nonprescription drugs as well) that you consume contain this ingredient, it is important that you stop use and seek clarification from your doctor. If you are currently using a product that has diphenhydramine or is a tranquilizer, you should not take this medication. If you are wondering whether you can drive motor vehicles when using this medication, please direct them to your doctor or to a licensed health professional.

Can I use Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid when pregnant?

If you are pregnant and are considering using Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid, you must find out from your doctor whether this is the right medication for you. In as much as it is safe to consume this medication (assuming that you do not have a medical condition that is explicitly outlined in the product information as being a hazard if you take this drug), it may not be ideal for your unborn child. Therefore, to protect the health of your unborn child, your doctor may decide that this medication isn’t the best fit for you. If this occurs, please respect their medical opinion and refrain from using this medication.

What allergic reaction can I experience from Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid?

Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid contains both acetaminophen and diphenhydramine, the former of which has a tendency to cause some users to experience a serious allergic reaction. These manifest into severe skin reactions, the symptoms of which include hives, skin reddening, facial swelling, wheezing, shock, blisters, and a rash, among others. If you begin to experience these symptoms, please visit the nearest Emergency Hospital. To avoid a situation like this happening, please consult your allergist or health care provider to find out if you are allergic to this ingredient or any other ingredient included in this medication’s ingredient composition. If you are not sure, please see your allergist. 

When should I not use Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid?

Each time prior to using Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid, you are strongly recommended to go through the warning instructions provided in the drug information. If you have a history associated with liver warnings, liver cirrhosis, liver disease, liver damage, liver failure, an enlarged prostate gland, chronic bronchitis, breathing problems, trouble urinating, or more, you should not use this medication. If you do, you run the risk of experiencing severe liver damage. Also, if you suffer from high blood pressure, have a medical illness, or take alcoholic drinks frequently, you should find out from your doctor whether you should be using Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid.

Can I use Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid while breastfeeding?

If you are breastfeeding and wish to use Cabinet Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid, please find out from your doctor whether this medication is right for you. While this medication is safe, the ingredient composition may seep into your breast milk and make it become unsuitable for your baby to consume. Therefore, confer with your doctor to determine whether you should breastfeed while using these gelcaps.

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