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10mg Valium once a week for the most delicious and restful night of sleep. The effects usually go into the second night as well. When I wake up my mind is always organized and productive.... Never groggy!

Valium is NOT a sleeping pill. It is an anti-stress pill. Best to take it when your mind is racing with so many things to do that you can't relax your brain.

Vlad.. do not take with dairy products. Bonding with calcium will dampen the effects.

Hmmm thats good advice. TY!

And yes that is why I cant sleep. Usually thinking too much.

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10mg Valium once a week for the most delicious and restful night of sleep. The effects usually go into the second night as well. When I wake up my mind is always organized and productive.... Never groggy!

Valium is NOT a sleeping pill. It is an anti-stress pill. Best to take it when your mind is racing with so many things to do that you can't relax your brain.

Vlad.. do not take with dairy products. Bonding with calcium will dampen the effects.

Hmmm thats good advice. TY!

And yes that is why I cant sleep. Usually thinking too much.

the drug free alternative would be meditation

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10mg Valium once a week for the most delicious and restful night of sleep. The effects usually go into the second night as well. When I wake up my mind is always organized and productive.... Never groggy!

Valium is NOT a sleeping pill. It is an anti-stress pill. Best to take it when your mind is racing with so many things to do that you can't relax your brain.

Vlad.. do not take with dairy products. Bonding with calcium will dampen the effects.

Hmmm thats good advice. TY!

And yes that is why I cant sleep. Usually thinking too much.

the drug free alternative would be meditation

yes. if you believe in the Easter bunny

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10mg Valium once a week for the most delicious and restful night of sleep. The effects usually go into the second night as well. When I wake up my mind is always organized and productive.... Never groggy!

Valium is NOT a sleeping pill. It is an anti-stress pill. Best to take it when your mind is racing with so many things to do that you can't relax your brain.

Vlad.. do not take with dairy products. Bonding with calcium will dampen the effects.

Hmmm thats good advice. TY!

And yes that is why I cant sleep. Usually thinking too much.

the drug free alternative would be meditation

yes. if you believe in the Easter bunny

not at all. Neo is quite right. As I mentioned earlier there are plenty of natural alternatives; they may not ALL work for you, but trial and error will find the best one. Meditation, tai chi, yoga, and also visualisation all help relax the mind and body and can aid natural sleep patterns.

Herbal alternatives would be valerian (which you can get in Th), melatonin (unsure of availability there) and kava (though again kava has seen some problems lately)

If however you want to mess about non prescribed addictive medication that not only has a long list of possible side effects but also has possible reactions with an even longer list of substances, from tobacco to dairy products, then hey, it's your life...

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10mg Valium once a week for the most delicious and restful night of sleep. The effects usually go into the second night as well. When I wake up my mind is always organized and productive.... Never groggy!

Valium is NOT a sleeping pill. It is an anti-stress pill. Best to take it when your mind is racing with so many things to do that you can't relax your brain.

Vlad.. do not take with dairy products. Bonding with calcium will dampen the effects.

Hmmm thats good advice. TY!

And yes that is why I cant sleep. Usually thinking too much.

the drug free alternative would be meditation

yes. if you believe in the Easter bunny

Meditation usually strips away illusions or delusions from my very limited experience. We may be entering an age of such overwhelming stimulas that some people cannot find the space to calm their mind.

I am taking a rain check on enlightenment in the hope that anything to do with free chocolate may one day come true for me...... :wink:

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I really have sleeping problem... I feel sleepy all the time na..

I need "alert pill"

Same ka.....I got told off by the boss on Monday for taking my blanket to work.....I find it so easy to sleep......zzzzzzz

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sleeping-pill junkies are around me...

i have known long time some people take it regularly... but now i found many people take it for their routine...

i think they all know that "Sleeping pills generally make function WORSE the next day"... BUT "today"... they agree to take it...

i have never had any sleeping problem at all, but yesterday i tried a sleeping pill (just my little experiment) and i found that i got some good and quality rest... i feel so fresh this morning...

for the 1st time use, i like it... for 2nd time? i'm not sure i would...

how about you? do you have any sleeping problem? do you take sleeping pills regularly? if so, why? and have you ever thought to stop it?

:?

For long haul flights I take Zanex (alprozalam) because I absolutely can not sleep when travelling. It does the job, and i feel fine afterwards.

Available at various bkk chemists....

Meditation/thai chi/tree hugging don't appeal, and are fairly impractical in the above situations. I don't worry about the side effects of infrequent use at all.

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sleeping-pill junkies are around me...

i have known long time some people take it regularly... but now i found many people take it for their routine...

i think they all know that "Sleeping pills generally make function WORSE the next day"... BUT "today"... they agree to take it...

i have never had any sleeping problem at all, but yesterday i tried a sleeping pill (just my little experiment) and i found that i got some good and quality rest... i feel so fresh this morning...

for the 1st time use, i like it... for 2nd time? i'm not sure i would...

how about you? do you have any sleeping problem? do you take sleeping pills regularly? if so, why? and have you ever thought to stop it?

:?

For long haul flights I take Zanex (alprozalam) because I absolutely can not sleep when travelling. It does the job, and i feel fine afterwards.

Available at various bkk chemists....

Meditation/thai chi/tree hugging don't appeal, and are fairly impractical in the above situations. I don't worry about the side effects of infrequent use at all.

certainly use on that level of frequency will not lead to any dependency and is also unlikely to have any adverse effects (unless mixed with too much alcohol or other medications)

If you do find any problems with Xanax, try melatonin instead though...

:)

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how about you? do you have any sleeping problem? do you take sleeping pills regularly? if so, why? and have you ever thought to stop it?

:?

I do not have a sleeping problem.I'm so lucky :P once i took a pill.I was high and i needed sex. I get turned on so easy by taking it. :? or if i got a flu and the dr. gives me some pills, those pills can always make me high and horny... :wink: hmmm that's the problem.

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how about you? do you have any sleeping problem? do you take sleeping pills regularly? if so, why? and have you ever thought to stop it?

:?

I do not have a sleeping problem.I'm so lucky :P once i took a pill.I was high and i needed sex. I get turned on so easy by taking it. :? or if i got a flu and the dr. gives me some pills, those pills can always make me high and horny... :wink: hmmm that's the problem.

Stay away from penis-shaped pills...

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sleeping-pill junkies are around me...

i have known long time some people take it regularly... but now i found many people take it for their routine...

i think they all know that "Sleeping pills generally make function WORSE the next day"... BUT "today"... they agree to take it...

i have never had any sleeping problem at all, but yesterday i tried a sleeping pill (just my little experiment) and i found that i got some good and quality rest... i feel so fresh this morning...

for the 1st time use, i like it... for 2nd time? i'm not sure i would...

how about you? do you have any sleeping problem? do you take sleeping pills regularly? if so, why? and have you ever thought to stop it?

:?

Sleeping problem is normally concerned with "Serotonin" level (a vital brain chemical).

Normally old people get the sleeping problem (because the seretonin level is decreasing)

The way to help you sleep better is "To increase the serotonin level in the brain"

And the easiest way is "Eat Good Food" that's all!

Here is an example link http://www.ehow.com/about_5233709_foods-produce-serotonin-brain.html

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Sleeping problem is normally concerned with "Serotonin" level (a vital brain chemical).

Normally old people get the sleeping problem (because the seretonin level is decreasing)

The way to help you sleep better is "To increase the serotonin level in the brain"

And the easiest way is "Eat Good Food" that's all!

Here is an example link http://www.ehow.com/about_5233709_foods-produce-serotonin-brain.html

If I am not mistaken, a healthy level of sexual activity also maintains a healthy seratonin balance (all other things being equal)....

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I ******* L O V E sleeping pills, sadly though I know how bad they are for me mentally and physically.... so I tend to only take them now for flights, though have in the past suffered from ild addiction to them.

There was one good one I had once they came under the category ''Z'' Drugs.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Z-drug

They seemed just to knock me the **** out, without any side effects, like Zanax and Valium have.

mmmm I do miss them.

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I only need sleeping pills when crossing more than five time zones. These pills consist of three to four glasses of wine (airplane size) and one whisky/cognac ;)

....I am with you friend! :arrow:

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I only need sleeping pills when crossing more than five time zones. These pills consist of three to four glasses of wine (airplane size) and one whisky/cognac ;)

....I am with you friend! :arrow:

Danno you just confirmed that the above is the GAY man's answer to sleeping tabs.

3/4 glasses of wine.....ohhh rock n roll 8)

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I only need sleeping pills when crossing more than five time zones. These pills consist of three to four glasses of wine (airplane size) and one whisky/cognac ;)

....I am with you friend! :arrow:

Danno you just confirmed that the above is the GAY man's answer to sleeping tabs.

3/4 glasses of wine.....ohhh rock n roll 8)

Stevie ...I focused on the Whisky...besides Stevie Tf knows that your response would be mass quanties of Breezers :lol: --- well we each have our own! BTW is the shirt today "Pink as a baby's behind" or just Standard Pink?

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If I am not mistaken, a healthy level of sexual activity also maintains a healthy seratonin balance (all other things being equal)....

Yes, that's too.

Then there is the biochemistry of the orgasm itself. Research shows that during ejaculation, men release a cocktail of brain chemicals, including norepinephrine, serotonin, oxytocin, vasopressin, nitric oxide (NO), and the hormone prolactin. The release of prolactin is linked to the feeling of sexual satisfaction, and it also mediates the “recovery time†that men are well aware of—the time a guy must wait before “giving it another go.†Studies have also shown that men deficient in prolactin have faster recovery times.

- http://www.scienceline.org/2006/09/ask-wenner-sex/

While light increases the production of serotonin, darkness spurs on the synthesis of melatonin.

Paired together, these two neurotransmitters are key in maintaining the sleep cycle.

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I read an article today about how far more money has been spent on developing Viagra than on research for treating Alzheimers...

so here I am with an erection and I cant remember what to do with it...

:lol::lol::lol:

You can hang your napkins there in case you're drooling.

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