Insomnia Help

Here are the 3 supplements I use to beat my insomnia.

NOW Magnesium Citrate, 250 Tablets

NOW Magnesium

NOW GABA, 750mg/100 Vcaps

Now Gaba

NOW Melatonin, 3mg/180 Capsules

Now Melatonin

Now GABA 1000mg | Now Magnesium 200mg | Melatonin 3mg

I take: 400mg of Magnesium, 1500mg of GABA and 6mg of Melatonin every night before I go to bed, and it has helped me beat my insomnia. Read my story below and I hope it can help you get some real sleep.

Do you have problems with sleep or do you suffer from insomnia?

I have been suffering from insomnia almost all of my life, and I finally found a way to get some sleep at the age of 31 years old, I guess it’s better late than never. If you suffer from insomnia and would like to try an alternative way from the typical medication that most doctors like to throw at you, then read this article.

My Story of Insomnia Hell

If you have insomnia, and you have tried many different things to get some sleep, maybe you should give this a shot. I have had problems with my sleep or insomnia since I was a young kid, and I have seen a few doctors about my sleeping disorder only to  be told that I was experiencing depression, but I did not feel depressed. By the time I was 18 years old I had lost all hope in doctors and just thought this would be something that I would have to deal with for the rest of my life, because I was constantly being told the same thing over and over by these so called doctors. Every time I went to a doctor they would just want to prescribe some type of medication; usually it was the newest and most popular medication being pushed by the doctors. I tried ambien when I was younger and it had an opposite effect on me, it made me feel wired and wide-awake. More recently, I started taking trazodone in my thirties, and this actually did work for me, although I felt like a zombie during the day, and after a while I had built up a tolerance and had to keep increasing the dosage. Finally at the age of 31 my doctor called me in to his office and said he had done some research and he recommended that I try taking natural supplements, so of course I was totally in agreement with him, because I do not like taking medications. My doctor who to this day is my savior and has provided me with the only prescription that is still working to this day. I feel no side effects and actually get a good nights sleep; oh yeah and I actually have dreams now. My doctor told me to take GABA 1000mg, Magnesium 200mg and Melatonin 6mg every night about 1 hour before I go to bed, and that was it, I have been sleeping good for almost two years now. I have had a few rough nights, but I get good sleep 95% of the time. I had an extreme case of insomnia before I have gone 4 days with no sleep and on averages I would get no more than 2 hours of consecutive sleep, so I get a lot more sleep these days compared to before.

I hope this helps someone out there, because I know what it’s like, and it can be hell getting no sleep.

Please try this, and if it works for you spread the word.  No one should have to go through insomnia it is a horrible and torturous experience.

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2 Responses to Insomnia Help

  • Tyler Davis says:

    Hi there! I liked your post. I have had sleep issues for about 4 years now and it has completely changed my life. I went through that period when it first started where I paniced, had extreme anxiety, and felt like my life was over. I also went 4 days once where I didn’t sleep at all. After seeing a therapist and being prescribed trazadone my sleep is better than it has ever been. Although, recently i started back at school and started stressing more than usual about my sleep and I’ll wake up in the middle of the night and can’t go back to sleep. anyways, my question is, does this help you stay sleepy even after you wake up? Is it okay to mix with trazadone and other sleep herbs? I would greatly appreciate it if you could email me about it. My email is thanks.

    • Consumer Mike says:

      Sorry it took a while to reply I have been crazy busy. I would recommend trying these supplements, but talk to your doctor first and I would not stack them with the trazadone the reason I started taking this stack was to get off of the trazadone and prescription meds. I would definitely recommend trying this, because now I can actually sleep without taking anything. Occasionally if I feel like its gonna be a rough night I will take my melatonin, gaba and calcium or magnesium but my sleep has greatly improved even from when I first wrote this post. Also make sure you are not eating to close to bed time and try to stay off the computer and turn off the tv, read a book or try to meditate and relax your mind. Also it is like everything else you need to learn to go to sleep at night at a decent time so try to go to bed at the same time I always try to go to bed by 11 or 12 midnight so once I send this reply its lights out for me. Good Night and I hope you learn how to sleep like I have. Remember there is hope I never thought I would be able to sleep but I have been getting quality sleep and you can to just make it priority in your life. Good luck and dont give up

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