I have a problem sleeping at night. I work full time so it should not be a problem. but for any reason whatsoever. I'm not taking any narcotic sleeping pills . Are there any good ? suggestions ? thank you
I have moderate insomnia , and I usually take something to sleep . Valerian normal nights , Unisom and environmental worse for very bad nights . Are any of them allowed in early pregnancy ? I will ask my doctor when I see her next week , but meanwhile , I would sleep a little ...
I myself have been diagnosed with chronic insomnia , relay hate sleeping sleeping pills so I was wondering if anyone knows natural remedies. I have tried as a calming tea before and it does not work . I ` m lactose intolerant so I can not make the stuff warm milk. During the day I'm very active and I do not drink any caffeine . Usually do not feel tired during the day , but I often fall asleep at 5 am and did not wake up until 12 or 1. I tried to get up at 8 or 9 and go about my day and I'm still fine. I just wanna go to sleep!
I have been on sleepaids and antidepressants for a long time and I dont want to be on them anymore I have tried to stop taking them and became very sick. I want these pills out of my system I feel like a zombie. Anyone got any ideas?
I took a sleeping pill called Alteril , to try to relax during the day . i ended up taking some xanax along with it .. and when bedtime came around 1 am , I was not tired at all . so I took two Benadryl and still was not tired . Im feeling very insecure right now. I feel like I hurt my body . please help me
I have a pretty colorful medical history as a Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patient, which involves depression, anxiety, and fibromyalgia, a combination that induces some serious insomnia. By serious insomnia, I mean sleep anxiety: major panic attacks, racing stressful thoughts, worrying about my health, distracted by joint pain, and getting myself so worked up about the stress of trying to get my much-needed sleep that it's even harder for me to relax and get to bed. I use Cymbalta, Seasonique, and blood thinners for my other health issues, which seem under control. But as for sleep, I've been on various sleep aiding medications for years trying to find the right fit, some of which I cant even remember. At first I tried more organic approaches like Melatonin, Chamomile tea, meditation, the usual. It had absolutely no effect on me. Then, the doctors gave me Trazodone as an anti-depressant and sleep aid all in one. It worked really well for a pretty long time, but after a while it just lost its effects altogether, and I didn't feel that upping the dosage would help. My doctors then suggested that maybe my insomnia may be better treated by treating its individual causes: anxiety and pain. For this, I was then prescribed Xanax once nightly as a sleep aid for the night time anxiety, as well as regular over-the-counter Ibuprofen PMs nightly for pain relief. This was amazing; it basically eliminated all the tension, running thoughts, and anxiety that used to keep me up until dawn. It also helped take my mind off the physical pain while the Ibuprofen was able to tone it down. It was just a great new feeling of finally not stressing about sleep. Sleep was no longer a dreaded chore, but a time to wind down, relax, and finally feel confident in my ability to sleep soundly. It was my wonder drug, and it changed my life. But, unfortunately, it seems I've started developing a tolerance to the Xanax. I've been taking it for a very long time, a year perhaps, and during that time I've gone from .5mg a night to 2-3mg, depending on how stressed or anxious I'm feeling at the time, and at this point I am unsure if this is healthy anymore. I just keep needing more and more mg's to achieve that mindset of relaxation that I need just to fall asleep. I feel like this dosage increase could escalate into some dangerous addictive territory, and I've read a lot about the consequences of benzo addiction and withdrawal. Is my dosage at a point of addiction or abuse or am I just paranoid? Is it time to find a new sleep aid for me? Preferably something like I had before; something that will just calm me down and help me get over this night time stress that keeps me up and will make me drowsy enough to sleep through it. Any ideas on more more anxiety-oriented sleep aids that aren't so addictive or tolerance building? I've never tired downright sleeping pills like Ambien or Lunesta, just drowse-inducing anti depressants and anti anxieties, but perhaps I should give the more general ones a try? Or would you say my current situation is still healthy? At this point, with school full fledged, I'm desperate. I NEED to sleep, and I NEED to be alert in the morning. My sleep is more important now than ever. I will be speaking with my doctor about this very soon, but I still wanted to ask for some fresh opinions on how I should approach this issue.
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Please someone can read? I desperately need help. Sorry for the length: ( A little background .... I am a 15 year old who feels particularly overwhelmed by depression as a result of being bullied and later developed self-esteem issues. I dont enjoy life and I can not live my life the way I want, and it is not considered socially acceptable. I am gay, enjoy "acting" like a baby (wearing diapers and all that) and have an eating disorder, so I have tried to reach an agreement with this, and, as I mentioned before, it is very overwhelming. I have no friends and there is literally no one who can help me or cares about me Anyway, when I go to my grandfather who is a chronic pain problem, sometimes it takes me a little of his Vicodin. I tried it with a first time, and it was amazing. I think I would have made more because I weighed only 90 pounds. Then I tried 2 and then 3. I felt this overwhelming sense of warmth overtake my body, and I felt like everything was fine and there was not a care in the world. I took other narcotic analgesics whenever I can find, as I had a few bottles of Tylenol w / codeine left over at home and sometimes I wish I had some of them. I do not understand why people say it's bad t do this, since I have a support network and literally no other way I can feel happy. I can not go see a doctor and get prescribed antidepressants because my parents inevitably would know and I would be stigmatized and feel even more like a failure and the cost of antidepressants would make me feel even worse because we have good insurance and which can cost $ 100 a month .... Sorry ... this is me rambling. I guess to sum this up, I just wanted to ask the question, given my situation, how self medicate the symptoms of depression with narcotic analgesics bad? I have not felt any negative effects as a result, not a withdrawal, so I appreciate any help I can get.
I have been getting horrible sleep for the last couple months, and have tried a ton of different things to get better. Right now, every night I have to use the bathroom sometime. No big deal. But when I go back to bed, my sleeping is rather chaotic. My dreams consist of whatever is currently on my mind (if I played volleyball the day before, I might think about volleyball, or a project at work). In my dreams, everything seems real. I have conversations with people, accomplish tasks, etc. I then wake up and have to remember what was real and what wasn't. Makes everything confusing. And not only that, I feel very worn out mentally, and I can't do advanced thinking as well right now. I'm not depressed or stressed out or anything like that, but I need this to stop This is what I've tried: -reading a book before I get to bed -bought a memory foam mattress pad -bought a new pillow -made my room darker -getting a hard work out so I am tired
How I can get a good night's sleep . No matter what time I go to bed , I can not seem to wake up in the morning . I can get 7-12 hours of sleep and still can not get up without putting in bed for at least half an hour. I'm not depressed about anything or any drugs, and I eat well . I can only get my brain to calm down enough for me to get to sleep . This is starting to affect my work and family life . Can anybody help ?