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Insomnia Relief: All Natural

I have had issues with being able to fall asleep, stay asleep, and feel rested after a full nights sleep since the age of 13. When I was younger I would stay awake until 2 a.m. and be awake for school at 6 a.m. every day. Even when there was no school I remember adhering to those hours. Having served in the military my sleeping habits only got worse, much worse. It was not uncommon to go 6 days with less than three hours of sleep a nigh, then to sleep 12 or more on my one shift off when we were underway. I envy those who pass out before their heads hit the pillow. Due to my location the closest Veterans Affairs Medical Clinic is just too far away to see about getting a prescription to assist with sleep. Anyways, I have been using Melatonin and it has helped quite a bit. I made sure to not consume anything with caffeine in it within 10 hours of trying to sleep (unless I am going to the gym in the evenings, then it seems to not effect me as much) and that seemed to help out more.

But still I was not getting the quality of sleep I thought I needed. So thinking a little I altered how I was taking my Melatonin. Before It was 9 mg right before bed. Now I take 1 mg time release, 3 mg regular Melatonin supplement, and 3 mg Melatonin chew-able Fast Absorption for a total of 7 mg of Melatonin.

And that worked well for a few weeks.

Then it seemed as though I was having a hard time sleeping again.

At the local supplement store there was a homeopathic “Insomnia Relief” bottle on the shelf. I have been using it for about a week now and I have to say it is working quite well. Almost too well. Getting up in the morning is more difficult, but when I do get moving I definitely feel more rested. I haven’t been getting up in the middle of the night unable to fall asleep over the past couple of days. About half of the nights I would go to sleep I would get up to urinate after a sleep cycle and be unable to fall back asleep. Having a 3 hour sleep cycle and then not being able to fall back asleep really sucks. Not anymore since I have been using the Insomnia Relief drops. Now when I get up to use the bathroom I can fall back to sleep.

It’s all natural. All together I believe I have paid $30.00. Melatonin is suppose to help as an antioxidant not only in your brain, but in your penis as well.

If it is something you would like to try below are the links to each one for a total of 4:

http://www.bulkapothecary.com/produ…ex-100-tablets/
http://www.bulkapothecary.com/produ…g-180-capsules/
http://www.bulkapothecary.com/produ…g-180-lozenges/

As for the insomnia drops, you can either take my word for the fact that this is the right stuff, or just look at the list of ingredients on the link and search the internet for something similar. There is no picture of the 2 oz. glass dropper bottle on the website. I bought the stuff at a local supplement store and the link is where they order the stuff through.

http://homeopathy-homeopathics-reme…mnia-Relief.htm

So to recap; I take the 1 mg time release and 3 mg capsules right before bed. I chew the 3mg lozenge right before bed. The drops (which the directions are on the bottle) have to be taken as follows: 10 under the tongue at noon, 10 one hour before sleep, and 10 right at bed time.

Hope this helps somebody.


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Melatonin is great. Next time I would post the ingredients of those pills Buulet, just in case links dye out and this thread will become WTF?

Got it right here:

1. Melatonin Lozenge: 3 mg Vitamin B-6, 3 mg Melatonin
2. Melatonin Capsule: 3 mg Melatonin
3. Melatonin Time Release: 1 mg Melatonin
4. Insomnia Relief Drops: Avena sativa 6x
Belladonna 12x
Bellis perennis 6x
Chamomilla 6x
Coffea cruda 6x
Hyoscyamus nig. 6x
Scutellaria lateriflora 12x
in 20% ethanol v/v.


Start 2/27/14: BPEL 6"/ EG 5" ==> 6.5"/ 5.25"

Now: Taking a break!

Make a Donation Everybody's doing it.:cancer:

Wow. Some of those things aren’t good for sleeping as far as I know (which isn’t much actually). I would think B6 and belladonna would have more an anti-relaxant effect.

I know. I looked up all the ingredients and some of them are pretty interesting. Coffea cruda (unroasted coffee) is a weird one too. It has been working for me though.


Start 2/27/14: BPEL 6"/ EG 5" ==> 6.5"/ 5.25"

Now: Taking a break!

Make a Donation Everybody's doing it.:cancer:

I must say reading the contents above certainly caught my interest as well!


Was - NBPEL 6.5" BPEL 7.5" MSEG 5.5" Now - NPBEL 8.1" BPEL 8.7" MSEG 6.3"

Coffee is good for my sleep strangely. I mean, it doesn’t give me insomnia. I have it from my own.

Passiflora and Crataegus monogyna (I’m sure you have a less ridicolous name for it, we call it Biancospino) are good for relaxing too. Take the herbs and make a tea, it won’t cost much about $ 0.1 I guess.

A lot of Melatonin

Taking 7 mg a day of Melatonin is a lot to take, and it is indicative of potential problem. Melatonin is made from Serotonin, with the chemical processes being Alkylation and Methylation. It is quite rare for someone to have issues with either the process of alkylation or with methylation. I did have one guy have a methylation problem that kept him from making sufficient amounts of Melatonin, but I am still scratching my head on that one. It was an easy fix, but it should not have happened.

The issue for you to ponder is that if you are that short on Melatonin, do you have a concurrent issue with Seratonin? If you are sleeping well, and having no other issues, then I guess that the answer is no. It my experience though, it is rare for someone to have a basal production of Melatonin that it as low as yours seems to be, without having a concurrent Serotonin problem.

Just a thought.

7mg of melatonin/day is not harmful per se, right? That’s the same amount I take.

Not harmful, just a lot

Hi Marinera, Taking 7 mg a day of Melatonin is not harmful. It is just indicative that your body is not producing much by itself.

Thanks. Or perhaps I could just have a psychologic habit, let’s say a light addiction?

Originally Posted by stagestop
Taking 7 mg a day of Melatonin is a lot to take, and it is indicative of potential problem. Melatonin is made from Serotonin, with the chemical processes being Alkylation and Methylation. It is quite rare for someone to have issues with either the process of alkylation or with methylation. I did have one guy have a methylation problem that kept him from making sufficient amounts of Melatonin, but I am still scratching my head on that one. It was an easy fix, but it should not have happened.

The issue for you to ponder is that if you are that short on Melatonin, do you have a concurrent issue with Seratonin? If you are sleeping well, and having no other issues, then I guess that the answer is no. It my experience though, it is rare for someone to have a basal production of Melatonin that it as low as yours seems to be, without having a concurrent Serotonin problem.

Just a thought.

I’ve been prescribed SSRIs before. If possible I want to get a prescription for selegiline. I didn’t hear about it until I came to Thunder’s Place and now i’m really interested in selegiline and nootropics. I’ve also been prescribed Gabapentin. Made my dick shrink like no other. I couldn’t hardly get it up. Bad experience.


Start 2/27/14: BPEL 6"/ EG 5" ==> 6.5"/ 5.25"

Now: Taking a break!

Make a Donation Everybody's doing it.:cancer:

Lol

Hi Marinera,

I like your sense of humor. Actually, people who need that much Melatonin to get a good nights sleep are at risk of a potentially serious Serotonin deficiency. It is possible that there could be an issue in the Pineal gland, but that is rare, as is an enzyme deficiency in relation to alkylation or methylation. There are quite a number of Serotonin deficiencies that most physicians simply are not aware of because they listen to their various drug salesmen and ignore what is in the textbooks. People who supplement with a large amount of Melatonin are much, much more likely to suffer from depression, irritable bowel syndrome, unreasonable anger, bi polar disease, chronic gastritis,etc, etc. If these symptoms (and there are many more) are not now an issue, look for them in times of stress, as this can cause a decline in the production of neurotransmitter precursors by the liver.

In layman terms I have to look for ‘the real cause’, you mean?

Sorry for carrying this thread off topic Buulet.

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