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... I would try 5HTP it does work ! and it is natural. Also valerian, passiflora are good. Try a couple of magnesium and a couple of calcium tablets, works very well and natural. Magnesium is wonderful for soothing nerves and alleviating depression. ... (13 replies)
Calcium and sleep
Jul 23, 2002
... I was told by a pharmicist to give my son some calcium supplement at night to help him sleep. ... (9 replies)
... Miss Jessica, all the suggestions are very good. Calcium is another supplement good for sleep also. Benedryl can work sometimes and is simply an antihistamine. ... (15 replies)

... e body does not mean that you don't need more Magnesium. It's a very important mineral, and one that is said to be severely lacking in the SAD. The US has high calcium supplementation rates....then how come it's also so high in rates of osteoporosis? ... (16 replies)
... I have found a Miracle for sleeping in the fish oil gelcaps. It took a couple of months but I sleep at Least seven hours without waking up every night now. ... (14 replies)
... I am going through TMJ treatment and recently had a sleep study which told me what the Dentist has been thinking since the beginning. The sleep study suggested that my legs and shoulders, and probably my jaw are in discomfort as a result of a problem in my lower back. ... (14 replies)
... i suffer from depression and i have done so since the age of 14. i will suggest some alternative therapies that i have tried and tell you how i got on with them:- 1) FISH BODY OIL (AND COD LIVER OIL): i found this most helpful alongside the other therapies. it seems to enhance the effects of the other things i have tried. the fatty sheaths around the brain are made up of a... (6 replies)
... in it's ratio of Calcium to Magnesium. ... (9 replies)
... If you are weaning off of Klonopin you're ability to sleep will not be improved until the drug is free from your system. ... (10 replies)
... Is it possible to have too much amino acids? If so, what happens? I have been researching amino acids and well they are AMAZING! I don't see why I dont go and pick up a few pills with an extreme amount in each (if I can I don't know if they come in pills). Any thoughts? Here is what I found when I researched them. Tryptophan: A natural relaxant, helps alleviate... (6 replies)
Dhea Anyone?
Jul 3, 2005
... raising effects anymore. I sleep deeper. But I will always be looking for that "magic pill. ... (20 replies)
... I take ornithine every night before beed, and it helps me to sleep. If I still can't sleep and start to get restless I take Melatonin and a calcium magnesium supplement. Best if you get one that you desolve in hot water, for quick absorbtion. ... (10 replies)
... I take a calcium magnesium supplement and it is very good. I would advocate it for all women who cannot sleep as it is good for your nerves and good for your bones. ... (15 replies)
... I take equal amounts of calcium with magniesium before I go to sleep. I do about 1,000 mg of each. ... (15 replies)
... I'm a big fan of a product called GABACalm. It is mainly comprised of aminos. It helps me get to sleep and stay asleep. Also, 5htp is supposed to be good because it converts to serotonin which then is converted to melatonin. ... (15 replies)
... I use Ornithine, Melatonin and a calcium/magnesium supplement. Ornithine I normally take 1 g. every night before bed. Try taking 4 g. and if it helps then lower the dose til it stops working. If I still can't sleep I take the calcium/magnesium supplement. You need to take the type you can get as a powder you dissolve in boiling water. I use one called calmag. It helps you... (15 replies)
... weeks, couldn't turn my head or sleep comfortably. but then I felt ok for a few weeks. ... (5 replies)
... chronic pain condition and need some help in sleeping. I use Ornithine every night before bedtime and it usually does it for me. On bad nights when I still can't sleep I take Melatonin and a Calcium and Magnesium supplement. ... (7 replies)
Insomnia
Jul 3, 2004
... I can also recommend melatonin. I have sleep problems due to a cronic pain condition. ... (10 replies)
... retonin syndrome. No thanks! I don't know if there is an herb or enzyme that would be recommended that is safe to take with my pills. I currently take 1500 mg of calcium a day along with 450 mg of magnesium. ... (2 replies)




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