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Old 01-27-2013, 10:50 AM   #1
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Last night I had a bad case of insomnia. I have never really had issues with this but just could not fall asleep. Was up til 3 then even then had a very hard time falling asleep. What do you do for insomnia to help you sleep?
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Last night I had a bad case of insomnia. I have never really had issues with this but just could not fall asleep. Was up til 3 then even then had a very hard time falling asleep. What do you do for insomnia to help you sleep?
Try improving your diet. Kill the junk carbs, and eat a nutritionally dense dinner with plenty of healthy fats.

Remove caffeine from your diet. That can help.
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:53 PM   #3
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i take prescription sleeping tablets if gets that bad,but like btb said improving your diet is a the better option and i don't drink any caffeine after 5pm.
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Old 01-27-2013, 02:14 PM   #4
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One night does not equal insomnia.

try to figure out why it happened but don't over react.
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Old 01-27-2013, 03:37 PM   #5
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Limit/avoid caffeine in the afternoon. When I have trouble sleeping, I take this:
Snooze-In With Melatonin - Buy Snooze-In With Melatonin 100 Capsules at the Vitamin Shoppe This stuff works like a charm.
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Old 01-27-2013, 03:37 PM   #6
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Did you just lay there or get up and do something? A lot of times if I get up when I can not sleep, and read or watch a bit of tv, that makes me tired.
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Did you sleep in too late that morning? I know that that oftens happens to me on the weekends, I will sleep in a bit later and then that night I have issues with falling asleep.
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Any pre-workout supplements too late in the day? anything with melatonin like BigJosh mentioned will work...a shot of whisky works too, or 2...or 3...
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The occasional night of poor sleep is normal. If it goes on for months, see a doctor.

Things that keep me from sleeping well are

Caffeine - especially after about 2 PM
Alcohol
Worry
Deadlifts the next day - its like christmas morning!
Electronics screens
Noise outside
Noise inside
donkeys
Heavy doses of carbs
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Worry keeps me up as well. But donkeys? Do you like close to them or something?
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