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I can't sleep at all during midnight, at times it isn't until 3:00 am that I fall asleep

anyone having the same predicament and anyways to remedy it?
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Same here. Can't fall asleep before 5 am and would wake up at around 7-8 am, it's been like this for the past few weeks so I'm just gonna go see my GP again. Would recommend you to do the same.
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(Original post by Idg a damn)
I can't sleep at all during midnight, at times it isn't until 3:00 am that I fall asleep

anyone having the same predicament and anyways to remedy it?
Benzos usually work for me... Or something like ambien. But you are unlikely to get any sleep aid on NHS.
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Same here. Can't fall asleep before 5 am and would wake up at around 7-8 am, it's been like this for the past few weeks so I'm just gonna go see my GP again. Would recommend you to do the same.
Try diphenhydramine that you can get over the counter? Probably just an issue of a pattern; fix it for a couple of days (with help of dipha) and you could be sorted.

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Benzos usually work for me... Or something like ambien. But you are unlikely to get any sleep aid on NHS.
Not everyone has access to such fun.
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Try diphenhydramine that you can get over the counter? Probably just an issue of a pattern; fix it for a couple of days (with help of dipha) and you could be sorted.



Not everyone has access to such fun.
Don't be rude, daddy. It's medication, not fun.
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You can get sleeping tablets from any supermarket pharmacy? You can't take them too often but worth a try just to break the habit. I take them occasionally and I always think they're not working at all, I'm not one bit tired and the next thing is I'm waking up in the morning a bit groggy and more dozy (even) than normal. They're much cheaper than paying for a prescription and seem to do the job just as well.

Put the (even) in before you could say anything Notoriety
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Try diphenhydramine that you can get over the counter? Probably just an issue of a pattern; fix it for a couple of days (with help of dipha) and you could be sorted.



Not everyone has access to such fun.
Cheers Noto x
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Cheers Noto x
Your support network of TSR weirdos has many pearls. Seems our resident cat fish harrysbar has the same advice.
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Your support network of TSR weirdos has many pearls. Seems our resident cat fish harrysbar has the same advice.
You guys are too sweet.

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