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No, I have no problem falling asleep at night. I'm a coffee drinker and it seems that I have been immune to its stimulant effect because as I said, I fall asleep as soon my back hits the bed. I think this is a good topic for a hub but it's too broad. thanks for asking.
Sometimes I do, but nowhere nearly so bad as it was for me when I was in public school. I truly needed some sort of medication or something then - I slept more in class than I did at nights - I'd lay in bed all night long trying to sleep, and maybe falling asleep some.
Seroquel worked like a charm for me when I took that drug - but I've heard some people say that they can no longer sleep for more than an hour or two at all without it - and no one should have to deal with that sort of thing.
At the moment I take Valerian root whenever I need it; and that works fairly well for me.
only when am sick- which thanks to God, rarely happens. Otherwise, I sleep as soon as my head touches the pillow :-)
Incredibly. There are many nights the sun is up before I go to bed. But as a student this is fairly normal I suppose.
All the time, I am not sure what it is. I usually try to read, watch TV or rock myself so I get tired. It is hours before I go to sleep after going to bed. And I am not one who likes to use medication, I try to do things naturally. Any suggestions?
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