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For those who are really STUCK and don't want to work with all the above that I posted and use, look into homeopathics for Sleep Issues. One of my sleep aids I have been using for years with my sleep stuff is Calms Forte' and it's homeopathic.

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I've given this info to so many and all one has to do is to TRY what may work in their bodies.
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I have found that what is called sleep hygiene is very effective with no need for drugs (homeopathic or otherwise).

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I have found that what is called sleep hygiene is very effective with no need for drugs (homeopathic or otherwise).

Sleep hygiene - Better Health Channel.
I don't know what you consider sleep hygiene, but all I know not long after menopause and getting the Fibro diagnosis, and I was 50something did all my sleep go south. So I had to get to work to come up with what I take.

And if you need no help to sleep, that's good ...
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