Like any drug you become dependent on, Advil® PM can cause addiction problems. While the drug itself is not considered to be "addictive", the associations people can form with the drug and its results can create a dependency.
Avoid drinking alcohol. Advil® PM contains diphenhydramine, which may cause drowsiness - alcohol may intensify this side effect temporarily.
Most retail grocery, pharmacy and convenience stores carry a variety of Advil® PM products. Please check our “Buy Now” page on this website to locate a store near you that carries our products. You may also find online stores that carry the products on this page as well.
Advil® PM caplets are available in package sizes of 200, 120, 80, 40 and 20 caplets. Plus, there’s a convenient travel size of 4 caplets. Advil® PM Liqui-Gels® are available in package sizes of 80, 40 and 20 capsules.
Pain cannot only delay the onset of sleep, it can cause frequent or early morning awakenings and prevent you from getting the deep, restful sleep you need. That’s why, even if you do get some shut-eye, you may not feel rested.
If pain is keeping you from falling asleep, a product that combines a pain reliever with a sleep aid (like Advil® PM) can help ease your pain and help you fall asleep and stay asleep.
Advil® PM products were the first nighttime pain reliever with ibuprofen. Whether you have occasional muscle aches, a backache, minor arthritis pain or other aches and pains, the ibuprofen in Advil® PM’s patented bi-layer formula helps ease your pain so you can fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. Advil® PM gives you a better night's sleep than Tylenol PM® because you'll spend less time lying awake with annoying aches and pains and more time asleep.