Q: What does DayQuil do?
A: The DayQuil line of products offers non-drowsy relief of your worst cold and flu symptoms, so you can get your power back and enjoy the day.
Q: What is DayQuil?
A: DayQuil is an over-the-counter medication that treats daytime symptoms of the cold and flu, including nasal congestion, cough, headache, minor aches and pains, fever and sore throat.
Q: How often can you take DayQuil?
A: DayQuil can be taken every four hours. Do not exceed four doses within 24 hours.
Q: How long does DayQuil last?
A: DayQuil treats cold and flu symptoms for approximately four hours.
Q: How long does it take for DayQuil to work?
A: This depends on many factors but it usually takes 30 minutes for DayQuil to start working.
Q: What’s the difference between DayQuil and DayQuil SEVERE?
A: DayQuil SEVERE
delivers maximum symptom-fighting ingredients to relieve your worst cold symptoms. It contains 200 mg of guaifenesin, an expectorant that helps clear mucus and phlegm from the chest. DayQuil
does not contain guaifenesin.
Q: Can I take DayQuil while pregnant or breast-feeding?
A: If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, check with your health professional before taking DayQuil. He or she can determine if it is safe for you.
Q: Does DayQuil contain alcohol?
A: No, DayQuil does not contain alcohol.
Q: Does DayQuil expire?
A: Yes. Do not use DayQuil beyond the expiration date on the package.
Q: Does DayQuil make you tired?
A: DayQuil is a non-drowsy formulation for relief of your cold and flu symptoms.
Q: Does DayQuil contain acetaminophen?
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.
Q: Does DayQuil contain caffeine?
A: No, DayQuil does not contain caffeine.