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    (Original post by BlueAngel)
    where can I get Valium from?
    Diazepam is a prescription only drug!
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    Cool, how long should you take it before you plan to sleep?
    Would I be ok using them for a few months.. like from now until June? Weird one I know, but I always have trouble sleeping, and of late I have so many thinks worrying me/on my mind I think it's the only answer..
    So..?
    Anybody?
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    (Original post by BlueAngel)
    I was out til very late last night, but I didn't feel tired, and haven't sleep at all, but just thought of things last night and I'm still not tired, lol.
    This is bad, I am sort of an insomniac person, but days when I dont sleep at all, I become really moody.
    I went to Boots, therenare so many sleeping pills.
    I want some that will knock me out straightaway, but wont give any side effects. Which one should I buy?

    Love Bluengel xxx
    In my experience any no off the self drugs knocked me out or even made me tired. The only ones that really do knock you out are from the doctors. Something like Zopiclone.
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    try the nytol herbals before you try the nytol regulars. You won't be able valium in the UK other than on prescription from the doctors.
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    (Original post by afireinside©)
    Anybody?
    Most off the shelf medications say take the tablets an hour before you plan to go to sleep. I know you are not really meant to use them long term if you are prone to depression.

    The best advice is to see your doctor, who as well as giving you some proper medication, will also help you find out the route of the problem so you don't need medication anymore.
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    (Original post by viviki)
    try the nytol herbals before you try the nytol regulars. You won't be able valium in the UK other than on prescription from the doctors.
    yeah, i wouldn't recommend taking any prescription sleeping meds unless you really have to.
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    I'd watch it with the sleeping pills,it's really easy to get hooked on them because you start to think you can't sleep without them :eek:
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    She did say it has been happening for ages though. With my experience with insomnia, using medications of any kind was simply trying to circumnavigate the root cause of the problem of not being able to sleep. After speaking with the doctor he gave me lots of advice which has now resolved the problem.
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    I am not asleep, I feel tired, but not sleeping, it didnt work except give me a splitting headache.
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    (Original post by NikNak)
    The only ones that really do knock you out are from the doctors. Something like Zopiclone.
    i'm not a great fan of zopliclone, even though it's a good enough treatment for short term insomnia, it can make you depressed - something which may be causing the insomnia in the first place.
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    I've gotta say insomnia has gotta be the worst thing in the world.I suffered with it for about 5 years on and off and then it seemed to disappear overnight
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    perscription drugs -do usually knock u out-but as said before can be addictive
    :mad:
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    (Original post by anisah)
    perscription drugs -do usually knock u out-but as said before can be addictive
    :mad:
    so what should I say to the doctor? I cant asleep, give me, give me, give me
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    prob sumthing along the lines of I hve tried several natural remdies, a few things frm boots, say they have failed and he will prob give u summit. :idea:
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    (Original post by anisah)
    prob sumthing along the lines of I hve tried several natural remdies, a few things frm boots, say they have failed and he will prob give u summit.
    honestly he wont, Ive been having this trouble for ages, and last time I went to him, he was trying to get to the root of why I werent sleeping:
    Are you stressed?
    Do you worry alot?
    What do you think of most of the time?

    Like Im going to tell him my personal things, I'm not going to him again, he's embarrassing. I soo need to change doctors, lol. :creep:
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    tell him u dont know of any reason for u not sleeping-shud work-not that I encourage-lieing to the doc.
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    How old are you? If you're under 18 there's not a good chance of him/her prescribing you sleeping meds.
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    (Original post by BlueAngel)
    where can I get Valium from?
    A Doctor, and after something milder was failed to work.
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    (Original post by BlueAngel)
    honestly he wont, Ive been having this trouble for ages, and last time I went to him, he was trying to get to the root of why I werent sleeping:
    Are you stressed?
    Do you worry alot?
    What do you think of most of the time?

    Like Im going to tell him my personal things, I'm not going to him again, he's embarrassing. I soo need to change doctors, lol. :creep:
    He is doing his job propperly then. For him just to hand out drugs would be failing in his duty. No decent Dr would.
 
 
 
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