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JIACOLO SparkPoints: (294,707)
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2/11/13 7:02 P

I think you should call the dr and discuss this.

IRISHFANUH87 Posts: 1,038
2/11/13 5:28 P

Overtraining can also cause insomnia, so you may want to experiment with working out a little less.

JILLITA55 SparkPoints: (74,274)
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1/24/13 11:17 A

woke up way to early today,

SOULSEARCHTYME Posts: 16
1/24/13 6:01 A

Have you tried meditating?
I have a couple I faved on youtube for deep sleep and usually about 1/2 way through them I'm dead to the world.

AASLP___ Posts: 9,650
1/23/13 8:45 P

Hi,

I'm sorry to hear about your loss. We do have a special section of the site with many insomnia resources which you can find here: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/health_condit
ions.asp?condition=8
. In addition, you may want to consider talking to your physician about this (it sounds like you have already, but it may be worth a follow-up). He or she may be able to refer you to another professional who can help.

JULES0192 Posts: 5
1/23/13 8:31 P

Work really hard at the gym, but still do not sleep well. my husband has been gone 14 months and still cannot sleep through the night. Any suggestions? have tried melitonin, trazadone they just do not work.

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