I agree with the other member.You really need more info. for us to give you some advise.I want to help,but I would hate to give a suggestion that would interfere with a medication you might already be taking.Are you on any medications at this time?How long have you had sleep problems?Has their been any diagnosis?Are you suffering from any other medical issues that could be related to the insomnia?Post more detailed info.,so we can maybe give you some help.Best wishes!
Are you able to take Melatonin? It's natural but you should still ask pharmacist if you can take it if you are on any meds. It might be just what you need to get your sleep clock back to normal. Also keep your room really dark and cover clock radios light etc... Go to bed and get up at the same time every day and see if that helps you.
Hi, i agree with smileyhappy, i would also recommend trying Melatonin. I have always suffered from insomnia. At the moment i am sleeping better due to taking a combination of medications for my mental health illness', but before i was on these, i used Melatonin. As suggested check with your doctor or pharmacist before you take anything new. And make sure you sleep in a totally dark room as smileyhappy says. Wear a sleep mask if possible. Don't drink caffeine after midday. Be aware that most carbonated drink contain caffeine, not just coke. Also, only use your bed for sleeping, don't work, or watch TV in bed.
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