I'm up all kinds of odd hours and I have trouble getting to sleep at night, staying awake during the day, and I sort of wind up trying to prop myself up with coffee and hope. I think the internetz knows this because it sees my time zone, sees that I'm online, and caters my ads accordingly (or that's paranoid me thinking "they" are following me, you pick).
So this ad just popped up in my sidebar for Belsomra. It helps with insomnia. But. If you take it, you might try to sleep or wake up and be unable to move. It may make you aggressive, hallucinate, and do crazy things when you are asleep "like eating, talking, having sex, or driving a car," the product's webpage warns.
Oh! "Call your doctor right away if you find out that you have done any of these activities after taking BELSOMRA." Ya think?? My luck, I'd have to call the cops first and let them know I just beat up a bunch of annoying people at Wal-Mart. And instructed my seven-year-old to smack people with bottles of shampoo or something.
Staying away from this drug. Why would anyone take something with such horrid side effects just to get a little more sleep? No, thanks.
But I think looking at ads and asking your doctor if some random drug "is right for me" is probably not how I want to manage my medical care anyway.