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Take Sleeping Pill
I have a ccie exam, which is of 8 hours. Can I take sleeping pill in the night before exam at about 7 pm to give maximum output in exam?
I want to know, I am 25 years old girl. I can't sleep over the night. I want take sleeping pill. Please suggest me which pill suitable for me?
Find out why: Rather than taking a sleeping pill, especially if a chronic problem. Why not find out why. It could be anxiety, an early sign of depression, a sleep disorder. Or any number of reasons. I would start w a check up and if all ok. See a mental health professional to help you figure it out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife and I are worried about our 25-year-old daughter who has problems sleeping. She's out almost every night drinking and then takes sleeping pill?
How will sleeping pills effect me with liver cirrhosis. I go for days sleeping to much, now I can't sleep at all, is it ok to take sleeping pill?
Depends on the pill: Your cirrhosis causes medications to be metabolized and processed through the liver much more slowly than normal, so a typical dose of a sleeping pill for an adult should be decreased. Talk to your doctor about the safest dose based on your liver function. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes.: Particularly at that low dose.Get a more detailed answer ›
Doctor my exams are going on and I can't sleep whole night and I feel so sleepy in exams and tired. I was thinking to take sleeping pill.
I feel empathy for not sleepy during night, feeling sleepy in exam and feeling tired. Yes, sleep is very important to rejuvenate in the morning and for concentration in the exam
You are excessively worrying about exam in the evening and at nigh causing lack of sleep during night.
Feel good about your knowledge, learning and your desire to do well in exam.
See a Physician for Therapy and Medication ...Read more
I am taking fluoxetine-20 mg daily dose & having problem in sleeping at night. I feel very sleepy at noon, after lunch. Can I take sleeping pill?
Fluoxetine (Prozac) is used to treat depression and Anxiety.
Side effect can be Anxiety, nervousness, and Insomnia.
The medication works for 24 hours. By changing time, decreasing dose, and not using Alcohol; insomnia may not happen.
Discuss with Psychiatrist Diagnosis, benefits and side effects of Fluoxetine, decreasing the dose; Therapy, and if improve without taking a sleeping pill. ...Read more
Have unsettled graves' disease I haven't slept well, which affects my me during the day, would it be a good idea to take sleeping pill? I'm desperate
Should not interfere: With your recovery.Get a more detailed answer ›
I work two jobs, and I work days a week but when I get home is hard to fall a sleep, I don't like to take sleeping pills.?
Not a podiatry?: Direct this to your family doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
How can I stop migranes? They happen every night when I start to get tired. They get so bad that I can't sleep when I try, unless I take sleeping pills.
Migraines: Sounds like u need to be seen by a neurologist. They specialize in diagnosing & treating migraines. ...Read more
See below: If they've been prescribed for a legitimate diagnosis. ...Read more
I can't sleep good at night I toss and turn I take sleeping pills to sleep when I don't take em I can't sleep is that normal?
L-Tryptophan 500mg: Several night time over the counter supplement remedies for insomnia include: l-tryptophan 500mg, l-glycine 3000mg, 5-htp 300mg, calcium 500mg/magnesium 250mg, l-theanine 200mg. Also, try meditation and inspirational reading. Keep bedroom dark. No tv, computer or pets. Do not drink water 30 minutes before bedtime. Refrain from watching the news or any highly excitable tv shows near bedtime. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
She can't sleep for days now. But she doesn't want to take sleeping pills as she is afraid that she will become dependent on it. She is going mad. : ( (?
INSOMNIA: Most common prob seen by clinicians. She needs a thorough evaluation for underlying cause. She may need a 'sleep study'.There are many causes of sleep disorder. Changes in sleep environment, bedroom environment, psychological, drugs and medications including alcohol and caffeine, movement disorders, a variety of neurological disorders, mental illness and medical disorders must be considered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Never take together: It's never a good idea to take sleeping pills with alcohol. They both cause sedation and can effect your breathing at night. Alcohol close to bedtime is also discouraged within 5-6 hours of bedtime as it has an adverse effect on your sleep. Proper sleep hygiene can be beneficial to patients with insomnia. Speak to your doctor and see if a referral to a sleep specialist is appropriate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer