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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Thanks do you just buy this from the chemist?
    Yes but you will need a script. when i wake i'm not groggy. it's a 2mg dose that you will probably get, you can take 2 tablets as a few drs have already told me, you can't overdose on it which is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitterFarts View Post
    Yes but you will need a script. when i wake i'm not groggy. it's a 2mg dose that you will probably get, you can take 2 tablets as a few drs have already told me, you can't overdose on it which is good.
    I've heard for some people, if they take too much it can cause nightmares/terrors and they have had to reduce the dosage

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    How did you go last night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    I've heard for some people, if they take too much it can cause nightmares/terrors and they have had to reduce the dosage
    really? never ever heard of it.. 2mg is extremely low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitterFarts View Post
    really? never ever heard of it.. 2mg is extremely low.
    It might be because I'm more talking to people with children/adolescents who are on it. Maybe they are more susceptible to it. My 3yo is on half a 1mg tablet. When she is on a full tablet she doesn't sleep well at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redcorset View Post
    How did you go last night?
    Really well, thank you I slept so well and slept in to 7:30!! The sleeping in part was thanks to DD not waking up at 6 like she normally does. I ended up using the app but I had the volume on really low as to not wake DD. Then I just started thinking about relaxing my toes, then feet, etc. It really helped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Really well, thank you I slept so well and slept in to 7:30!! The sleeping in part was thanks to DD not waking up at 6 like she normally does. I ended up using the app but I had the volume on really low as to not wake DD. Then I just started thinking about relaxing my toes, then feet, etc. It really helped.
    That's great! It works for me too. I don't realise how tense i am until i actively relax each muscle. My over thinking mind also keeps me awake so this is the only way to calm it to sleep sometimes. I'm glad you had success!

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    The best choice for my insomnia is Zolpidem 10 mg sleeping pills. I have been taking this medication for occasional insomnia for over one year now. I know that Zolpidem is said to be addicting but I never experienced any type of withdrawal from this med. I don't take anything for too long of a time because I don't want my body to get used to it and then have it not work. That's why I don't take the pill every night but only when I feel the need. With Zolpidem I fall asleep within 15 or so minutes and am able to sleep 7 or 8 hours and that's great because I wake up feeling refreshed. This is the way I fight with my insomnia. I commonly order it via http://generic-meds-store.com without danger. Never had any issues with them! Hope I was helpful
    Wish you good luck and take care

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    Also try either soaking your feet in some epsom salts and also bicarb of soda. Or have a bath in it. It works really well!


 

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