Do you have trouble falling asleep? What do you do?
Many people have trouble falling asleep for different reasons. A friend of mine takes Tylenol PM every night, and swears she cannot fall asleep without it.
often I take 3 mg. of melatonin and occasionally I mix 1 tsp. of powdered ginger into warm sweetened milk or water and drink it. the ginger solution seems to have the stronger effect. both increase bleeding risk, though, so let your docs know you take them.
I do have trouble falling asleep at times due to pain issues. I like to have an audio book going on my iPod, so I put in my ear buds and listen and usually fall asleep at the best part.
Sometimes, yes. I find that listening to music on my iPod helps, especially if it's soothing music, like classical or chill. I recently got an iPad, and I find that watching videos (like tv episodes or YouTube videos) help me fall asleep as well. It's actually a bit of a habit now - during the day I load videos on it to watch later that night!
by Sid Kemp 6 years ago
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