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  • 6 hours ago

    Long-term use of Diphenhydramine

    I've had insomnia for years now and end up taking 25mg of Diphenhydramine (the active ingredient in Benadryl, ZzzQuil, and other over-the-counter sleep aids) most nights. I don't have any real side effects, and nothing I've read about the drug indicates that this kind of use would cause health problems, but I do wonder whether it might be affecting my liver--or my health in other ways. Does anyone know?
  • 9 days ago

    Trouble sleeping?

    Hello, apologies for a long post. So about roughly 3 weeks ago one night I suddenly had trouble sleeping, it took me a long while to fall asleep and I ending up overthinking this and then thinking something wrong was with me. Since that night for a week afterwards I was extremely nervous to go to bed and was anxious in bed in case I struggled again to fall asleep which some nights I did. Once I get into bed too I don't feel like I want to go to sleep? After this I decided to cut caffeine out....
  • Half asleep Half awake

    I'm really struggling with my sleep. Sometimes after a long day or just out of the blue, while I'm falling asleep or I believe I've fallen asleep, I wake up (I'm not even sure if I'm awake, I only remember these things in the morning) and think someone is in the room with me, so I usually sit up, it's not a scary experience like sleep paralysis because usually I think my friends are in my room, but the problem is I want to go sleep, but my brain thinks it's doing something....
  • 19 days ago

    insomnia

    I've only gotten about a total of 10 hours of sleep in the past week. Sometimes i take Ambien but that doesn't even help. Anyone have any suggestions or experience this problem?
  • 2 days ago

    How to Get a Better Sleep Tonight

    Over the last week we’ve talked about why you may not be getting enough sleep, things that can affect how well you sleep, and how you can make your mornings easier. So, as Sleep Awareness Week comes to an end, we thought we’d share some tips on how to get a better night’s sleep. Sleep isn’t something you should only think about as you’re snuggling beneath your comforter. In fact, making some simple adjustments to how you spend your day can help you sleep better at night. Here’s how to get started....

  • 2 days ago

    Treatments for Sleep Apnea

    Can you supply information on Inspire therapy
  • 2 days ago

    online support for breaking bad sleep habits

    I'm one of those folks with a long circadian cycle, probably 26-27 hours. I've struggled my entire life (now in my 60s) to squeeze myself into a 24-hour cycle, with varying success and failure. I try force myself to retire at an hour that will enable me to get up in the morning when I need to, but it is never easy. In the past, I have found it easier when someone holds me accountable. Right now, it's a counselor, but that gets pricey. Perhaps there are others out there with the same problem....
  • 3 days ago

    Why Am I So Tired?

    Always tired? You’re not alone. Some amount of tiredness is normal, but if you can’t ever seem to make it out of first gear you might need to take a closer look at what your body could be trying to tell you. Is it lack of sleep, or could there be something else that has you feeling so wiped out? Check out these possible reasons for your fatigue and sleepiness and how you can fight them: http://wb.md/2oMMboT
  • 4 days ago

    Not an Early Bird? Here’s How to Make Mornings Easier

    Anyone else have trouble getting out of bed in the morning? (I always hit snooze one too many times and then have to rush through my morning routine.) If you’re more of a night owl than an early bird, listen up. Even small changes to your routines can boost your mood and energy, help you get the shut-eye you need, and ensure that you’re well-rested and ready to take on the day. Here are some easy tips to make your mornings less of a struggle: http://wb.md/2plsFUE

  • 5 days ago

    Can What You Eat Harm Your Sleep?

    Having a hard time getting to sleep? Have you ever thought that it could have something to do with what you’re eating? Or maybe it’s what you’re not eating? If you could pick the right foods to help you get the best sleep possible, wouldn’t you? And if you know which foods could hinder your restful slumber, wouldn’t you avoid them? Check out this slideshow to learn which foods to eat, and which to steer clear of, for a good night’s sleep: http://wb.md/2oGxPGA What foods do you eat to promote good....