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What Can I Take To Sleep At Night
What can I use to remove the dark marks from under my eyes? What can I take to sleep at night because my body lack of sleep (stress)?
Clinque & Melatonin: There is a great product available from Clinque called "Even better eyes" that really works to remove the dark circles under your eyes. If you want to try something OTC for sleep, I suggest Melatonin, which is an herbal supplement that works well for some people. You should also practice relaxation exercises. If that doesn't work, you may need prescription medication for sleep. ...Read more
Talk with your MD: There are a number of options including some over the counter and prescription medications. This is something you should talk to your doctor about to determine why you need help with sleeping at night. ...Read more
At first take my he heartiest love.My question is that I can't sleep as well at night. What'a reasons and solutions?Thank you.
Vaied causes: In a young person, the main cause is emotional, either anxiety or depression. You need to tell us what is on your mind which keeps you awake, preventing youn from falling sleep? If you fall sleep ok but wake up later, that is more serious and may need a visit with a doctor and seek medication to help you get good sleep. ...Read more
How is the best way to educate my sleep time? Its hard to me to sleep at same hour, and I prefer to work at night. I need to take care of myself.
Routine: If you mean what is the best way to have a good night sleep, having a good routine at bedtime is the best. Always go to bed around the same time and use the bed only for sleep and intercourse. Do not watch tv right before going to sleep. Do not exercise close to bedtime. Do not have a lot of alcohol or heavy meals in the evening and especially before bedtime. Always wake up at the same time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Last night, I tried going to bed early, but I still couldn't sleep. Eventually, I had to take a sleep formula pill. I've had to take a sleep formula?
Tips: Limit daytime naps, limit activities in bed to sleep and sex, create a regular bedtime schedule, keep the room dark and quiet, avoid alcohol/nicotine, no caffeine after 2pm, exercise earlier in the day, de-stress, keep the room temperature a little cool, for some white noise machines may help and get comfortable. If those don't help sometimes sleepytime tea, warm milk or melatonin can be beneficial. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neither: Valium is a brand of diazepam which is member of benzodiazepine class, used to treat many conditions but not w/o side effects & risks eg addiction, confusion, falls/fractures, even some link to Alzheimer's disease. Seroquel is a brand of quetiapine which is an antipsychotic with its own can of worms: weight gain, diabetes, high cholesterol & movement disorders ie tics. So try http://goo.gl/wTWbEv ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May be O.K: To stop the medicine but check with the doc who prescribed it. ...Read more
See doctor: There are many potential causes which include depression , anxiety, sleep disorder etc. There are many ways to improve sleep quality (avoiding caffeine,;no eating, exercise, bright light before bedtime etc). Talk to your doctor re. whether you may need a sleep study especially if you are not waking up feeling refreshed. ...Read more
Ativan (lorazepam): If prescribed & well-tolerated, no.Get a more detailed answer ›
You don't mention: what you are treating with this medication....the antibiotic azithromycin. Azithromycin effectively treats a number of conditions including respiratory and sinus infections, skin problems and sexually-transmitted infections. I am not aware of any recommended dosage of 500 mg twice a day. Insomnia is reported as a "less serious" side effect of this drug. Take, at most, one a day. Good wishes:) ...Read more
Is it normal to have to take two or three days to recover from one night of late/disturbed sleep?
Disrupted sleep: Yes. it could take several days just to get back into a normal cycle , like jet lag, essentially, off setting your schedule by 2-3 hours can disturb sleep as can dehydration that may occur during partying or intense activity. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/jet-lag/basics/symptoms/con-20032662 ...Read more
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