I have a partner who tosses and turns in her sleep and keeps me awake I need something that will keep me asleep all night even if she does kick me or elbow me in the head lol some one please help
Will melatonin make me stay asleep?
Question posted by Griffiths82 on 4 Jan 2013
Last updated on 5 January 2013 by Anonymous
You & your gf can also try unisom. It's an over the counter sleep aid. It's always helped me but I dnt get beat up in my sleep but I do sleep with 3 dogs climbing on me & all over the bed
Your partner is likely not sleeping well either. Are they snoring or just restless? Sometimes this can be caused by sleep apnea. The lack of oxygen causes them to move about and kick. Your partner probably needs a sleep study to see why they are so restless in their sleep. Once your partner is sleeping, you should be able to sleep too!
They make a time release melatonin that really helps you to stay asleep.
Hi, i have used Melatonin in the past with good results. One thing to remember, is that your bedroom needs to be as dark as possible, this will help the Melatonin work most efficiently. Wear a sleep mask if you can. You can get it in various strengths, such as 3mg, 5mg & 6mg. You shouldn't exceed a 6mg dose. It might be a good idea to try 3mg to start with? It may take a little while for it to get in to your system, so if it doesn't work straight away, give it time.
Hello Griffiths82. Yes it certainly can help you get a sound nights sleep. The results varies from one to another. Regards pledge
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