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... doesn't seem to help. I was really hoping he would prescribe some sort of sleeping pill that would knock me out. I've tried sleepy time tea, Advil PM, Benadryl, Melatonin and a couple others but they have not been much help. ... (0 replies)
... I'm so sorry to hear about your lack of sleep. Several Years ago I had a serious insomnia problem after surgery for a broken ankle .Staying up all night was driving me crazy till a friend gave me some valium. Now I know it's not advisable to use meds from another person but I was really desperate. It put me to sleep! Now when I can't sleep I use 5mg. of ambien or... (9 replies)
Extreme sleep 2
Dec 10, 2014
... I know in order to get good sleep you need melatonin. As we get older our sleep gland produces less, does anybody know to tackle this complex issue? (0 replies)

... o my bed at 1030, but then woke up at 230! I usually can't fall back asleep either, or maybe dose in and out if I'm lucky. My mind is already awake then.I tried Melatonin years ago, and it worked for the first couple of days to a week. ... (1 replies)
... Long story short I have chronic insomnia... Please don't suggest melatonin, it's a joke. I'm lucky to get 3 hours of sleep even with taking ambien. I've tried every natural supplement there is. Within the past 3 weeks I wake up at 3am no matter what time I go to bed like clockwork. Feels like a shot of adrenaline or cortisol at that time. Even though I'm exhausted my... (1 replies)
... No offense but people that suggest melatonin have never truly dealt with chronic insomnia. It may help the person who's sleep patterns are slightly off but does absolutely nothing from chronic cases. ... (3 replies)
Melatonin
May 2, 2012
... You can have melatonin through natural sources as well. Here are some common foods that contain high amounts of melatonin. ... (5 replies)
Melatonin
Apr 26, 2012
... in addition to melatonin seems to help. ... (5 replies)
Melatonin
Apr 18, 2012
... When melatonin level is high you feel sleepy and less alert. ... (5 replies)
Melatonin
Apr 1, 2012
... Melatonin half a 3mg tablet 2 hours before bed. Works well, even a 1/4 of a tablet may work, no real side effects. (5 replies)
Melatonin
Mar 31, 2012
... Has anyone used Melatonin? What strength? How many days in the week? Did it seem to help you? Side effects. etc.:) (5 replies)
Melatonin
Jul 17, 2011
... Personally, I would ask a doctor that question. I know Melatonin is supposed to be all natural, but you should always consult with a doctor when adding or changing medication. ... (1 replies)
Melatonin
Jul 16, 2011
... eep but I think that is not the way to go. So as I am cutting down my Lorazepam .25 mg per week and if I find a period of time I can't sleep well can I introduce melatonin a little at a time while I'm cutting down my Lorezapam? ... (1 replies)
... I have chronic pain and I truly hope you do not have that and you will never ever have what I have. I have tried melatonin which never helped. I tried xanax and hated it, I did sleep with it but felt bad in the morning. Then tried most of the sleeping pills in the market. ... (3 replies)
... I've taken 6mg of melatonin and 1 mg of xanax and I still can't sleep. I take xanax as need for panic attacks, but it helps me sleep when I'm not anxious and have insomnia. ... (3 replies)
... So I am having the same problem tonight.. only I've taken 6 mg of melation, which my friend recommends and says works great for him, he takes a 3mg pill every night. I also took 1 mg of xanax (which i have as needed for panic attacks) but when not anxious it knocks me out and nothing is happening still. I'm wide-eyed and awake. I also just chugged a beer which isn't... (2 replies)
... My wife and I have been using Melatonin for 10 years. ... (2 replies)
... Has anyone here ever tried a Melatonin supplement to help with sleep? ... (2 replies)
... melatonin and diphenhydramine are not addictive drugs - the FDA review panel found that diphenhydramine was a safe, non habit forming sleep aid suitable for short term use and over the counter sale. (3 replies)
... No idea why it might happen, but I do have a suggestion or two 1. He consults his doctor for a prescription sleep med for a short time, to help him rebuild a normal sleep pattern 2. He tries alternating between melatonin one night and diphenhydramine (Sominex, Nytol, Unisom) the next (3 replies)


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