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I have severe insomnia, can't sleep at all .been advised that

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I have severe insomnia, can't sleep at all .been advised that sleeping tablets with barbiturates are the strongest. how I can buy them without prescription & Tabs name.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. David replied 2 years ago.
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you have to have a prescription to buy those sleep medications.

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you really should see your GP doctor to have your sleep issues and insomnia evaluated.

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abnormal thyroid hormone levels can cause poor sleep and no sleep and would need to be fixed to help your sleep.

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your GP doctor can also order a sleep study and sleep evaluation to see why you might not be sleeping well

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you need to also practice good sleep hygiene habits to help your sleeping.

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regular exercise can also help improve sleep.

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and there are less habit forming medications than barbituates which can be used to help sleep such as Ambien or Lunesta.

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mild hormone agents like Melatonin can also help improve your sleep.

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avoiding caffeine can help your sleep.

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no computer and no TV in the bed room can help sleep

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are you have to do some regular exercise 3-5 times a week to help your sleep?

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Expert:  Dr. David replied 2 years ago.
Dr. David :

This is Dr. David

Dr. David :

you have to have a prescription to buy those sleep medications.

Dr. David :

you really should see your GP doctor to have your sleep issues and insomnia evaluated.

Dr. David :

abnormal thyroid hormone levels can cause poor sleep and no sleep and would need to be fixed to help your sleep.

Dr. David :

your GP doctor can also order a sleep study and sleep evaluation to see why you might not be sleeping well

Dr. David :

you need to also practice good sleep hygiene habits to help your sleeping.

Dr. David :

regular exercise can also help improve sleep.

Dr. David :

and there are less habit forming medications than barbituates which can be used to help sleep such as Ambien or Lunesta.

Dr. David :

mild hormone agents like Melatonin can also help improve your sleep.

Dr. David :

avoiding caffeine can help your sleep.

Dr. David :

no computer and no TV in the bed room can help sleep

Dr. David :

are you have to do some regular exercise 3-5 times a week to help your sleep?