9 Aug 2009
It can be addictive, yes. You could become dependent on it. Which means, physically, your body will not be able to sleep withought it, if sleep is what you're using it for. Or mentally, you could become addictive, thinking in your mind "I just can't sleep withought it... I need it!" and most likely, you give in. But, any drug mostly can be addictive in a way...
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1 answer • 1 Aug 2009
... alertness & no sleep
2 answers • 2 Apr 2013
I have been using Diphenhydramine for 20 years or so. I have been increasing my dosage sometimes up?
... to 100mg lately to get allergy relief or to get me to sleep. Now I am experiencing night sweats, confusion, blurred vision, lethargy, and slight ...
0 answers • 2 May 2013
I've been taking diphenhydramine for insomnia. Works well most of the time. My concern, is the floressant-bright orange coloring used on the ...
2 answers • 29 Jun 2013
If so would the military test for diphenhydramine and what are the levels allowed? I take it as a sleep aid, but I'd grown used to it and have ...
1 answer • 1 Oct 2013