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    What can I take for insomnia?

    I am having serious trouble sleeping and wanted to know if anyone has anything they take to help them sleep?

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    Check out this article on sleep problems and insomnia -> https://www.evolutionary.org/sleepin...-and-insomnia/

    Before you can try to fix your insomnia, you need to find out why exactly it's happening. Most cases of insomnia are from using stimulants too close to bed time.
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    N2sleep bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by supersport4 View Post
    I am having serious trouble sleeping and wanted to know if anyone has anything they take to help them sleep?
    Address why you have insomnia vs taking a drug.

    If you must look at natural products like N2Sleep

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    before we start 'taking shit' to solve the problem.. read that article i wrote that musky posted above

    at the end of the day you will need to change bad habits
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    N2 sleep can help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supersport4 View Post
    I am having serious trouble sleeping and wanted to know if anyone has anything they take to help them sleep?

    I haven't read the article yet, cause I've never had trouble sleeping, but I highly recommend reading it cause these guys know their shit.

    My two cents: Cardio, Jiu Jitsu, and HIT workouts for me, wipe me out. Also when I was taking sermorelin (if you happen to take any HGH related peptides) I slept like a baby.

    Or go another natural route: Red veined Kratom works, as does melatonin. Kratom will put you asleep and keep you asleep. 1/2 gram before bed and in 30 min your out.

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    I second melatonin.

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    I have struggled with sever insomnia for the past year and a half. I am finally starting to get a little bit of sleep. Iím *not* a doctor, but after seeing a handful of sleep specialists, holistic doctors, energy healers, been prescribed multiple sleeping pills, and tried the whole gamut of natural remedies, I can let you know the steps Iíve taken that have proven helpful.Therapy. Iíve been to both a mindfulness-based therapist and EMDR therapist.Daily meditation (2 times a day, if possible). This process can take about 8 weeks of solid work before you start seeing results. My schedule includes 10Ė20 mins right when I wake up, and 10Ė20 mins after dinner (a few hours before bed!)Stick to a consistent sleep and wake schedule. This kind of sucks, especially if youíre a night owl such as myself. However, getting in bed before or around 10 pm is optimal! Youíre body runs in cycles, called your circadian rhythm, and between the hours of 10pm-2am, your body begins its physical repair cycle. From 2am-6am, your psychological repair cycle begins and ends. So start getting in bed around 9:30 every night, if possible.
    Turn down the lights a couple hours before bed. Dim your lights around your house, if possible. This helps to signal to your brain that youíre getting ready for bed. Yes, this includes your laptop/cell phone etc. etc.!Limit exercise, caffeine, and alcohol use a few hours before bed. Exercise and obviously, caffeine, can energize you. Alcohol makes it difficult for your body to enter deep sleep. So cut back on these. If possible, work out in the morning or afternoon! This will help you get out of your head and into your body, energize your mind and body before or during work, and help to lower your stress levels and cortisol levels.A new mattress Believe me, the right mattress is numer one step that can significantly improve the quality of your sleepóas well as your wellbeing while youíre awake.Treat yourself! If possible, get massages, take a nice bath before bed, do some light stretching in the dark, masturbate, listen to soothing music, etc. etc. Take care of yourself, cause if youíre not getting enough sleep your body needs some extra attention and love! There are other things to this list - itís pretty basic - but truly try to stick with them. I know it can be overwhelming to see this list and put it all into action. Start small. The top three things Iíd start with would be daily meditation, sticking to a consistent sleep/wake schedule, and exercising in the morning or afternoon. Oh, and limiting caffeine!Best of luck to you!!

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    Well put Brexit! And I second meditation. I got heavily into meditation during my yoga teacher training and it was amazing! Now I make excuses why I donít do it. I need to start again. 20 min is all it takes!

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