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... Some foods, those high in tryptophans, may help you feel sleepier at bedtime, so snacking an hour or so before then might be good for you. ... (11 replies)
... wn, but I would wake up around 4am and not be able to get to sleep. Now I can't even fall asleep on my own without OTC sleeping pills. They work fine, but I feel groggy in the morning, but its better than feeling completely tired. I work five days a week, and on the weekends I sleep like a baby. ... (5 replies)
... it helped me to stay asleep but what does that matter when you can't fall asleep until 5 or 6 in the morning? ... (13 replies)

... Does anyone ever wake up feeling like your about to have a heart attack? ... (0 replies)
... Does anyone else feel VERY groggy upon waking, even if you sleep until your body wakes you up, and wake with a headache each day. ... (1 replies)
Seroquel for sleep
May 25, 2013
... and see if I feel less "hungover" in the morning. ... (5 replies)
... Ok, so I've tried a few different websites in an attempt to find an answer to my questions. ... (0 replies)
... I was 21 when I was diagnosed, so I suppose some people thought my problem was the student lifestyle, when it wasn't. ... (5 replies)
... groggy. But as with most antidepressants, the effectiveness does not kick in until about 14days. After fourteen days, I started to have real good days. The groggy feeling in the morning subsided drastically. But it did take about two weeks for this to happen. ... (4 replies)
... I used to be able to sleep all the time, at will, and I would take naps all the time because I was depressed. Now I have the opposite problem. I'm not depressed anymore and I can't get to sleep when I want. ... (3 replies)
Deviated septum
Apr 3, 2007
... I took a sleep study test my senior year in high school because I snore ridiculously loud and at times gasp during sleep. The ENT looked at the results of the test and told me that I had mild obstructive sleep apnea. At times I wake in the morning with a bad headache and just a run down groggy feeling. ... (4 replies)
... I feel like I need to get up and do something. I wake up frequently during the few hours of sleep I do get. ... (8 replies)
... sn't getting any more than 3 hours sleep a night. I recently started taking melatonin. It is helping alot. I still have trouble getting to sleep sometimes but the quality of my sleep is so much better! I am dreaming again which I haven't done in a long time because I never sleep deep enough. ... (3 replies)
... I don't think it's abnormal, just something that can happen in stage 1 sleep. Below I've pasted a segment from the internet on sleep stages, hope it helps! ... (10 replies)
Sep 11, 2003
... feeling groggy and ready to go back to sleep. So I did. ... (24 replies)
... Hello. I am a 40 year old female. I have been having terrifying sensations from my chest area when I am trying to fall asleep. This happened the first time about 4 months ago...happened for a few nights in a row about 3 times each night. Now...about a week ago, it started up again. ... (11 replies)
... For about a month now I have been experiencing unrefreshing sleep. The background is that it began after I left my job around the 10th of July. Before then I had been stressed, and my sleep wasn't great as i was only getting about 6 hours a night. ... (6 replies)
Jun 14, 2011
... Okay, so I'm finally going to ask the questions I should of asked a long time ago. ... (0 replies)
... In short, I too get the weird effects from Ambien. I dont mind them tho. ... (9 replies)
... Welcome to the late show. It gets lonely sometimes, doesn't it? ... (9 replies)

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