A: The DayQuil line of products offers non-drowsy relief of your worst cold and flu symptoms, so you can power through your day.
A: DayQuil is a line of over-the-counter medication that treats daytime symptoms of the cold and flu, which can include nasal congestion, cough, headache, minor aches and pains, fever and sore throat.
A: DayQuil can be taken every four hours. Do not exceed four doses within 24 hours. DayQuil Cough can be taken every 6-8 hours.
A: DayQuil treats cold and flu symptoms for approximately four hours. DayQuil Cough provides up to 8 hours of cough relief.
A: This depends on many factors but it usually takes 30 minutes for DayQuil to start working.
A: DayQuil SEVERE delivers maximum symptom-fighting ingredients to relieve your worst cold symptoms. It contains an extra ingredient, guaifenesin, which is an expectorant that helps clear mucus and phlegm from the chest. DayQuil does not contain guaifenesin.
A: If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, check with your health professional before taking DayQuil.
A: No, DayQuil does not contain alcohol.
A: Yes. Do not use DayQuil beyond the expiration date on the package.
A: DayQuil is a non-drowsy formulation for relief of your cold and flu symptoms.
A: Yes, DayQuil contains 325 mg of acetaminophen per liquicap or 650 mg per liquid dose. Severe liver damage may occur if you: take more than four doses of DayQuil within 24 hours, take DayQuil with other drugs containing acetaminophen, consume three or more alcoholic drinks every day while taking DayQuil.
A: No, DayQuil does not contain caffeine.
A: In patients with hypertension, the use of certain medications may raise their blood pressure. Decongestants provide relief by narrowing blood vessels to reduce nasal stuffiness, but this can potentially affect other blood vessels, which may increase blood pressure. DayQuil™ HBP is free of decongestants for people with high blood pressure.