I had visit many sites about how can i deal with my insomnia. I have read many stories, experiences that confused me. I am really tired of doing techniques that did not cured my insomnia. My friends referred me sleeping pills that they are using. But those have side effects. Hope someone can help me here on how to be insomnia free. Where and how can i get pills that will truly help me. Thanks....
I have been on some of the most hard core sleepng pills available in western medicine, I have also been blessed by the medicine woman of my tribe..
I am an insomniac, I am used to it now, some of us were just not meant to sleep often.
whoa. i have an unpublished hub on natural insomnia remedies.
synchronicity. i need to publish that. LOL
Have you tried Dreamaway? This liquid vitamin really helps put you in a deep rem sleep. Hopefully you are not allergic to shell fish, there is a small amount of it in Dreamaway.
I think that the makers of Advil put out a sleeping med, but I'm not sure of the name.
I don't know if you're male or female?
But, for females, there is a midol pm that I think helps.
Again, I am not positive.
Wish I could be more help.
Make sure that you are getting plenty of Calcium and Magnesium. Muy importante
Valerian root can help. Herbal supplements with melatonin are available.
I'm not one to take medications, but if it is really a problem talk with your doctor and you can get a prescription.
Make sure your bed is comfy. High thread count... quit sleeping on 12, thats hay. Nice pillows (firmness depends on how you sleep). A cool quiet and dark room is best. Also you should have a schedule.
I've heard both good and bad things about melatonin as a sleep aid.
It is classified as a dietary supplement, so the FDA can't regulate it. But overall it does seem to help with sleep problems in small doses.
If you are 50 and above and you sleep at least 4 undisturbed hours in the night, that's a good night sleep, says my doctor. Don't worry. But if you do, get up and take a glass of hot milk. It somehow warms you up and lulls you to sleep. I do.
Yeah, the FDA doesn't regulate any herbal supplements. But our body makes it naturally, so I would hope the herbal supplement would be okay. My sister used it with some relief.
I was curious, so I just googled it real quick.
There doesn't seem to be any danger, in low doses. Side effects are headache, nausea, etc. The only concern would be interactions with other medications or supplements. Although I see quite a few warnings about it causing (or worsening) depression.
Ask your doctor.
If your doctor advises medications, ask for another opinion.
Medications can be a temporary fix, but you might need to seek the underlying problem.
Under there definitely not LOL. I hardly fit here alone. But the OP is spamming, look at their other posts. This is likely a spam setup, too
You're probably right. Oh well, if our answers can help someone else... all is well.
I had a friend that had this problem, I was able to get something from the naturepath, that helped her:) Don't remember what it was called. Yet I too, know of someone else who took 500mg of Calcium before he went to bed, this helped him.
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