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Commercial: Bill Samara / 844 / belsomra.com #1168480

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 09, 2016
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Sleep. Remember when. Welcome to you like a friend. When you have insomnia it may affect the wake neurotransmitters in your brain disrupting your awake and sleep messages. Belsomra is a prescription medicine for adults who have trouble falling or staying asleep. Bell Samra is thought to help turn down wake messages by targeting and inhibiting the action of erection a neurotransmitter that plays a central role in sending wake messages. Only Bill Samara works this way. Do not take those Samra. If ...
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