Some products are effective, some are not. For example, many people tell me they sleep better with certain kinds of products, such as sleeping pills or a sleeping bag. But the products that work for them are expensive. The other problem is, they have many products to choose from and to use. If I use a product and it doesn't work for me, I have to try all of them. It is hard to get information on which ones are really effective and which ones are not. In this way, many people will make the mistake of believing that some sleeping pills work, which in turn will give them trouble in their work. I believe that this will cause them to spend their time researching products for sleep, which will result in more problems.
Another example of that is a drug called diazepam, which I think has an excellent reputation in the sleep therapy industry. It is a benzodiazepine (the drug to which you might refer when you hear the word "sleep aid"), and it has very good reputation in the sleeping pill industry. In my opinion, it should be very easy to get hold of. In addition, the dosage is only 0.5 mg per day, and it is very safe. The side effects are low, and the effects last only a couple of hours.