Are There Any Homeopathic Cures For Insomnia?

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I am currently suffering from insomnia. My doctor has prescribed Lunestra, Ambien, even Tylenol PM, vicodine and valium. None of it is helping, and I still wake up every hour. My mind won’t let me sleep, even when my body is tired from running or swimming. I don’t like the side effects these drugs have on me (and I don’t like taking drugs anyway). I just want a good night of sleep, worry free. Any suggestions?

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5 Responses to “Are There Any Homeopathic Cures For Insomnia?”

  1. mike c says:

    Insomnia – Beat it with Sleep
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  2. Samantha says:

    There is a synthesized B vitamin compound call GH3 or Procaine. It was discovered in I think 1800′s but has been studied recently during the 70′s.
    Anyway, modern science and medicine are coming to a conclusion that illnesses and diseases aren’t an illness of say, an organ or body system. But rather an illness of the cell (for example, skin cells or kidney cells or neurons, etc.)
    So what this vitamin, (with about 10 other helper vitamins) does is it heals the cells. And if you heal the cell, either the illness/disease will go away or your body will be strong enough (because the vitamins heal all your cells!) to fight it off on its on.
    BUT THIS IS IS NOT A CURE. The FDA outlaws me saying that anything non-prescription will cure.
    Anyway, the place I know to get it from is
    The product I’d recommend is Vitacel 7 or 9, although all of them have GH3 in them. Just some have more helper vitamins and some are cheaper.
    Scroll down and it has everything it helps as a link to testimonials. And you can call the people. I did.

  3. the nothing says:

    get real drunk and pass out you should sleep for most of the night

  4. mi_gl_an says:

    I would suggest making sure that your bedroom is pitch dark (not even any light from an alarm clock). If that’s not possible, get one of those sleeping masks to put over your eyes to block out all light. When light hits your eyes (even though your eyelids) it tells your brain to start waking up.
    Also, get a fan or one of those sleep machines that plays “white noise”. That will block out any other noises that might be triggering your brain to go into wake mode.
    Don’t drink any caffeine or eat any heavy foods at least 4 hours before you go to sleep, and sit in a darkened room for the last hour before you want to go to bed.
    A last ditch resort is to take melatonin, which will help you go to sleep, but you can become dependent on it, and if light hits your eyes it will stop absorbing it and the effects will be nullified.

  5. trampsla says:

    I have no doubt that there is a homeopathic cure. Since it works on the principle of using a poison that has the same effect as the problem you have, but at very low concentration, I would think that a very dilute coffee or tea (with caffeine) might help.

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