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  • I don't like the idea of forming a dependency on any kind of pill, and sleeping pills have the highest likelihood of that happening
  • One such product was the Amazing Sleep Plus tablet
  • It was a little more costly than I'd normally consider, at about $15 a bottle for 30 tablets, but since I never stick with any sleeping product for more than a month, no matter how well it works, I needed something new to try, and it was convenient and humorously named
  • In fact, it felt like I was having a panic attack, and I'm chalking it up to another allergic reaction to valerian root, specifically, though I know this product contained other ingredients
  • I'm sure this would be a great product for many other people, but speaking from personal experience, it didn't do anything to treat my sleep disorder in the least, and I was not only tossing and turning as per usual, but was also having a hard time breathing and spent the night freaking my husband out, thinking he'd need to take me to the hospital at any moment


    • by Anasuya
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      I am a notoriously bad sleeper. Once a month, maybe and if I’m really lucky, I’ll get one night of uninterrupted sleep, and that’s usually consisting of about six hours, and never the standing eight that every respectable human being should be getting to function at a proper level. I’ve been a poor sleeper since I was seven years old (at least, that’s the youngest I can remember having problems), but I only started trying to “treat” the condition when I reached my twenties. But that still left me with at least ten years of consistently moving from one sleeping aid to the next, and sometimes prescription sleep pills which are a very scary thing indeed. I don’t like the idea of forming a dependency on any kind of pill, and sleeping pills have the highest likelihood of that happening. I have heard horror stories and experienced a few of my own, and figured

      I was just as safe (or not) trying over-the-counter sleeping aid products.

      One such product was the Amazing Sleep Plus tablet. I have to admit, I have a sick sense of humor, and sometimes the name of a product alone is enough to convince me to buy it and try it. This was just such an instance. Anything with the word “amazing” in it brings me back to the good ol’ days of road side apothacaries. It was a little more costly than I’d normally consider, at about $15 a bottle for 30 tablets, but since I never stick with any sleeping product for more than a month, no matter how well it works, I needed something new to try, and it was convenient and humorously named. I liked the fact it was a natural supplement too, containing willow bark and valerian root. Of course, these aren’t every day ingredients found in products, and it’s ...


      • always hard to determine if you might have a bizarre allergic reaction to some of these plant extracts. It’s not every day I have a run-in with valerian root, so I wasn’t sure what to expect.

        I’ve taken valerian root alone in the past and had a rather negative allergic reaction to it, or so I assumed, as I was never treated for it. I had a hard time catching my breathe after taking valerian root supplements and got very dizzy and fidgety… not exactly conducive to sleeping. And, of course, I didn’t realize THIS product contained valerian root until I’d already taken it that first night. When the fidgets came upone me, though, I knew what I had taken, and knew I had to be VERY careful about herbal sleeping aids, as most of them contain valerian root to one degree or another. So, needless to say, this was a product that didn’t

        work well for me at all. It didn’t make me sleepy or calm my nerves in the least. In fact, it felt like I was having a panic attack, and I’m chalking it up to another allergic reaction to valerian root, specifically, though I know this product contained other ingredients. I’m sure this would be a great product for many other people, but speaking from personal experience, it didn’t do anything to treat my sleep disorder in the least, and I was not only tossing and turning as per usual, but was also having a hard time breathing and spent the night freaking my husband out, thinking he’d need to take me to the hospital at any moment. I’m stubborn though, and the symptoms passed in a few hours. Just be careful folks, about trying certain herbal remedies. Didn’t work for me at all, so not worth the money and I wont be buying it again.




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