... there has been significant improvement. My question is there any suggestions on what can help her sleep? Melotonin has been a no-go, as well as prescription Periatin. She sleeps if we are lucky, maybe 3-4 hours a night, and that is a fight to get her to do that.
Hello kalaleann, Welcome to our drugs.com site. Glad you are searching
for more answers to your daughter's dilemma. A little more info would help
us try to help her..What is her age? Has she always had trouble sleeping
in the past? Is there a new situation she is bothered by? Also, time takes time,
and Prozac needs more time to fully get in her body..Don't give up, there
has to be something to help give her more sleep. Work closely with her Dr.
Good Luck, and you both hang in there... dd... *
Hi, i don't know how old your daughter is, so this may not be suitable, but i found relief from a short course of Zopiclone. This is generally used to get someone back in to a good sleeping routine by taking it for a week or 2. Can i ask, when your daughter tried Melatonin, did she follow the instructions to black out her bedroom completely? It is important to cover any LED lights from alarm clocks etc, and ideally wear an eye mask. Has your doctor given you guidelines for good sleep hygiene? There are some good tips which could prove helpful. I have certainly learnt & gained from these suggestions.
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