Insomnia

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kellory
 
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Re: Insomnia

Postby kellory » Sun Jan 13, 2013 4:14 pm

Lots of passionate SEX! Always knocks me right out! ....No, I can't sleep either.... :(
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Re: Insomnia

Postby Sailfish » Mon Jan 14, 2013 7:54 am

Funny, another buddy of mine has this same issue.
'It' was lacking at home between him and his wife.
So she sent him out to go get some of those "pills" that aid in the bedroom.
He came back with some diet pills.
So he's having a tough go sleeping on my couch.
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Re: Insomnia

Postby Sierra » Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:43 am

Ohio farms wrote:I have tried Melatonin in the past, but after doing some research and talking to my physician I stopped. While Melatonin is advertised as a natural and safe supplement, it is actuality neither. It is a powerful hormone that is produced by the brain to regulate sleep cycles. The daily recommended dose is 1mg/day. Anything over that can be not only disruptive to your sleep patterns, but cause side effects, ie dizziness, nausea, irritability and headaches. Usually the over the counter Melatonin almost always comes in much higher doses than 1 mg.
It may be useful if your melatonin blood levels are low, but that is rare.
I do appreciate your trying to help me Sierra


Wow, I didn't know. I think I'll skip that stuff from now on.
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