Does Anyone Have A Herbal Remedy For Insomnia And Migraines?

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I have been suffering from migraines and insomnia for aprrox 3 months. My doctor says they are probably related to each other. He has given me serval types of pain pills, and sleeping pills. Which work. But make me sleepy, and sluggish the next day. I work as a registered nurse so I know about the prescription medications. But of course we were never taught about Herbal remedies. Does any one have any that really work. I am having a real hard time with this because I have a demanding job and a family to take care of. And I feel completely worn out. My doctor does have me set up with specialist. But my appointments are not for some time.

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5 Responses to “Does Anyone Have A Herbal Remedy For Insomnia And Migraines?”

  1. schweetu says:

    Have you tried melatonin for sleep? You can buy it at any vitamin store or drug store. You take it about two hours before bed time. It has no side effects and no “sleep hangover” in the morning. If that doesn’t work, there is a new prescription med called Rozerem. It is like a high potency melatonin and I’ve seen people have pretty good luck. Both Rozerem and melatonin may take a week or so to really know if they are working.
    I just started taking magnesium for migraines. So far, so good. I have read numerous studies touting the benefits of magnesium and most suggest 250-500 mg/day.
    Hope something works for you.

  2. Samantha says:

    a little jack daniel and it will cure you

  3. There is an herb that they make it in teas called Chamomile Tea (look in your local grocery stores or ask a pharmacist at local drug store). It’s one of the safest herb out there. It will help with your insomnia and is less likely to cause any drug interactions if you are on other meds. You should use the unprocessed leaf if that’s possible, if not, then teabags are ok too. Use a kettle or pot to boil water with the tealeaf for about 5 minutes and let it shimmer for about 2 minutes with the lid on so that you can get all the ingredients out. Drink this before bedtime, like after dinner. For your migraines, you take magnesium supplement and avoid triggers such as loud noises before bed or even caffeine and chocolate during any part of the day. Hope this helps.

  4. CD says:

    Opium.. its herbal but hard to get hold of and you will probably get arrested. Its a real shame.

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