Over the counter drugs are crazy helpful for lots of life's problems. The only problem is that trying to find out the most basic information of how much you should take is often obscured in a sea of text. This is all the worse when it's 2 am, you're feeling like utter crap and you're trying to use some of this stuff without waking anybody else up.
So the solution? Make labels with dosage info at the largest font you can fit on the package. Now you can use it easily and get back to lying in bed and drinking fluids to try and better.
Step 1: Problem
The dosage information for drugs is often buried deep within the mass of text that is called "Drug Facts."
Now, a lot of this information is very important. You should know about all of the relevant warnings. That should be available to you. It just shouldn't drown out the one tiny bit you're looking for. On some of these packages you even have to peel the label and look most of the way down to find this info.
Have you ever peeled a label and squinted at it at 2 am while you're sinuses are getting ready to go Total Recall on you? It sucks. Come on Drug Facts guys, at least use bold type or a different color or a red box around it. Something!