Kirkland Sleep Aid side effects and precautions.  The side effects of Sleep Aid are mild and rare, but those with breathing problems, or suffering Glaucoma or those who experience trouble urinating due to an enlarged prostate gland should consult their doctor before taking Sleep Aid, and any other sleeping pills.

Kirkland Sleep Aid Side Effects –

Kirkland Sleep Aid Side Effects

As with all sleeping aids, you must take care not to take too many, or mix these pills with other substances.  Take just one tablet – no more – roughly 3 minutes before you want to go to bed.  Avoid alcohol when taking Sleep Aid or any other sleeping pills.  Read more about general precautions of taking sleeping pills here.

The side effects of Kirkland Sleep Aid are, in the majority of cases, mild and minimal.  Some of the more severely effected have reported headaches, constipation, upset stomach, and blurred vision, though these effects are rare.

If your sleeplessness persists continuously for more than two weeks, stop using Sleep Aid and speak with your doctor.  Insomnia may be a symptom of serious underlying medical illness.

If you are pregnant or breast feeding, speak to your doctor before taking Kirkland Sleep Aid.

Do not give these tablets to children.  Sleep Aid is not suitable for children, or anyone aged 12 or under.  Keep out of reach of children. In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.





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