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... For elderly the recommend 6 mg of melatonin right before bed. Takes about 1.5 hours to hit peak blood concentrations. ... (14 replies)
... I used to be a night owl as well...I would stay up until 2 or 3am and sleep in until 11 or 12. The one poster sounded like she may think Melatonin was a sleep aid, but it isn't... ... (7 replies)
... I used Roserem for the first time last night. I literally slept for less than 45 minutes all night long!!! Arghhhhhhhhhhhh......I could sleep more than that probably without any drugs. ... (10 replies)

Question
Jan 19, 2007
... th and a half ago it began again...right when i thought i kicked it. I started again on Ambien and take just 10m every night. There's been a few nights i tried melatonin and it worked...but then stopped. The night before last i took a melatonin and just napped all night. ... (1 replies)
... If I'm not asleep within 10 minutes I know I'm screwed, but I still try to sleep, and as the night progresses I get more and more angry. Everyone else in the house gets to sleep just perfectly, but I can't. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, so I recently quit cocaine and need something new to try to get high. JK. I have insomnia, and have had it for about a year now. ... (6 replies)
... Around Wednesday I decided to try Melatonin for the first time. It didn't do anything for me. I decided to head to the ER later that night. ... (3 replies)
... In the meantime, try melatonin and chamomile tea. Just one at a time first them mix and match as needed if you do not have any side effects. They are natural, but side effects can occure. ... (6 replies)
... Take melatonin a few hours before you want to go to sleep, then stay in a dark and quite atmosphere. ... (3 replies)
... The sticky note or very first thread should be very helpful to you. I too have this problem. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I'm here because I've been dealing with sleep issues for a very long time and quite frankly, I'm at my breaking point and don't really know where else to turn anymore. ... (12 replies)
... My first concern is that you have no stress? ... (7 replies)
... My first concern is that you have no stress? ... (4 replies)
... m if you are not sleepy, get up and move to another room. Use the bedroom only for sleep and sex. This will train your mind that when you are in your room it is time to go to sleep. ... (0 replies)
... oor quality sleep causing the fatigue upon waking. Some things are out of our control and we can not fix the stress. However there are many things you can do. First look to the sleep hygiene post stickied here. Try to follow it in your own way to the best of your ability. Also look at venting.. here or in a journal.. ... (1 replies)
... I do agree that some people have anxiety issues that prevent sleep, but I think lack of sleep for any period of time can bring on many other issues, such as anxiety, depression and other, more serious health problems. ... (11 replies)
... I am a 64 year old woman who slept very well until menopause. When my hormones changed I have had problems sleeping. (I usually--not always--get to sleep okay and then wake up a few hours later and stay up for several hours before going back to sleep.) When I went on HRT I slept better. It is inadvisable that I go on HRT because my estrogen history is long, etc. I have... (6 replies)
... I took Lorazepam for the first few days, but then I got worried about dependence, so I tried melatonin. Both things helped, but did not totally eliminate the problem. ... (4 replies)
... I don't have any problem falling asleep, the longest it takes if 20 minutes sometimes. But I ONLY sleep for 5 hours, maybe 6 if I'm lucky. So I try to make myself stay up until 11pm so I can get up at my normal time of 5am. ... (1 replies)
Cannot Sleep Help!
Feb 15, 2007
... take a quality calcium supplement like advacal or biocalth, just before you kick back in the chair. Melatonin is also great, as the other poster said. ... (6 replies)


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