Have you all seen these commercials for sleeping pills?
I can't remember if it's Lunesta or Ambien, but one of them has a warning that absolutely baffles me.
Here's the gist of the warning from the t.v. ad:
"Until you know how you will respond, you should not drive or operate machinery after taking (whatever sleeping pill it is)."
Wait just one minute. When is it EVER appropriate to do those things after taking a sleeping pill?
If you take the pill and it makes you drowsy like it's supposed to do, then you sure as hell shouldn't be driving/working a forklift. If you take the pill and it doesn't make you drowsy (aka: do what it's supposed to do), then you stop taking the pill.
So who on earth is that warning for? Does this make sense to anyone? Anyone at all?