I havent really been able to sleep lately?

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July 18, 2019 / By Esmond
Question: I DONT DRINK CAFFEINE. I dont consume sugar or do drugs. I just lay there for hours, even when im drop dead tired. What is going on?
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Connor Connor | 2 days ago
Sleeping pills can give you side effects so you are better off without them. To sleep better just relax and switch off, if you can. If you are having trouble switching off at bedtime some light exercise (for example, push ups or sit ups) at bedtime often helps you to relax, unwind and switch off and that often improves your sleep. Strenuous exercise at bedtime is likely to ruin your sleep. Common sleep aids include Chamomile tea, 5-HTP, Melatonin and Valerian Root. Sleep enhancing foods are supposed to include warm milk, turkey, cherries, oatmeal, bananas, wine and others as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22s... You can see further tips in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22h... which tells you "how to fall asleep and stay asleep".
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Connor Originally Answered: Chronic insomnia for a whole year. I havent had sleep in two weeks, I lay awake a night every night the last t?
well if you have prescriptions already that tells me youve spoken to some type of profesional about this, i'm sure they told you about the chemicals being released and not released in your brain. but, in the usa we like to treat prtoblems, rather than solving them. there is an underlining route to this problem... what you have to do is find it. almost always there is something your body is missing, this causes us to develope symptons. try making small changes to your diet, you can start by looking at your present diet and seeing whats missing. also try exercising if you have time, but nut before bed as for some this would wake them up more, but during the day it will add up for night time. also remember to take your sleep meds only when needed, you may be above the dose or just resistant to it. and if havent tried natural Melatonin yet, try it. its over the counter and natural, it doesnt work for everyone but it may work for you. now, due to this re-occuring every two weeks it could be chronic, and when its chronic youre n luckbecause sleep tests and EEG exams will detect your brain waves and patterns. which can easilly be detected. also there could be a stressor causing this matter, and dont forget even good stress is still stress. your body and everyone elses bodies react differently to stress. taking all this info in, listen to some more anwsers and then try them all...well as long as they are sane. then see what works for you, but i'm willing to bet there is a natural cause for this imbalance, thus meaning there is a natural answer. hang in there.

Arne Arne
Its call insomnia. Its where you can not sleep no matter how tired you are. Got to doctor they will prescribe something to help you get to bed
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Ulla Ulla
I used to get this sometimes also. What I do is have my i pad near me before I wen't to bed and I play this hypnosis from you tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZY8ngYpf64 You need your home to be as quiet as possible though for it to work effectively. Hope I helped.
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Ulla Originally Answered: had food poisoning, but now havent passed motion for 5 days, should i take laxative?
Why would you think you have pass Motrin? You swallow it the drug is broken down and absorbed in your gut. If you are just getting over food poisoning, NO laxatives.

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