Donormyl Review: Donormyl - The Addictive and Mysterious Sleep Pill?
Sleep aids come in all different shapes and colors. There are all natural sleep aids and chemically engineered ones. Because there are so many different types of sleep aids, the companies behind them need to make their own product special somehow.
Donormyl is advertised as the strongest of the non-prescription sleep aids. Whether or not this claim is true, I cannot say. In fact there seems to be very little that I can say about Donormyl, as I have not been able to find much information about it.
The Donormyl website is extremely basic, there is very little information about the product aside from that it is supposedly very strong and some warnings. Of course, there is also an order section.
Because I learned so little about Donormyl from the website, I had to do a little research on my own. Apparently Donormyl is made in France and is fairly common in Europe.
There really is only one active ingredient in Donormyl and it is called Doxylamine Succinate. This ingredient is actually one of the more popular over the counter ingredients for sleep aids and when used in the right quantities, it can be very effective.
That said, who knows the quantity of doxylamine in Donormyl? It seems to be a mystery because I cannot find a full ingredient list anywhere. I tried to find a contact number for the company and struck out there too.
You may wonder why I was concerned about the amount of this particular ingredient , but it is because I know that when you have too much doxylamine, you can easily become addicted to it. Sleep aids are generally very safe unless you become addicted and then they become very, very dangerous.
Heath Ledger was a great actor; if you have not seen the new Batman movie, go see it and you will probably feel the same way. But recently he died from a drug overdose and the world lost an amazing young talent.
Almost all of the six pills that led to his demise were over the counter sleep aids and Donormyl was one of them. People that knew Heath closely said that it was very unlikely that he meant to kill himself but he probably just became very addicted to these drugs and took too many at once.
It is common sense that too much of almost anything can hurt you or kill you, but when you can easily become addicted to a drug then it becomes much more difficult to know how much is too much. As smart consumers, we need to learn from tragedies like the death of Heath Ledger and stay away from potentially dangerous medications.
As I said before, I don’t know too much about Donormyl, but that is why I would never take it. If there is not enough information for you to make a good, informed decision, then don’t bother! Donormyl may help you sleep but it also may just give you a new addiction that can be potentially deadly.