3 Mar 2010
I am also curious of this. I take 10 mg at night but I think that might be a low dose because I've been waking up really early in the morning when I take it.
So, my dose is 10mg which helps me fall asleep about a half hour after I take it. I'd also like to know what others take as well.
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