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wickens36 Posted - 08/06/2007 : 4:48:45 PM
I have trouble sleeping due to stress, although i am trying to relax at work and it has slightly improved my sleep i am still not back to normal. I have tried herbal sleeping tablets, not drinking any caffine after 3pm and spraying lavender on my pillow a little while before i go to bed.

Does anyone have any ideas?

I don't know about anyone else but i find lack of sleep or poor standard of sleep frustrating which i think only makes the matter worse

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march15th2008 Posted - 12/17/2007 : 7:12:43 PM
Johnson & Johnson make a bath product for infants/toddlers. It's a nighttime bubble bath liquid....with lavender and chamomile and it works wonders (it's not only for the little ones! lol)

wickens36 Posted - 08/23/2007 : 5:15:29 PM
Thanks for all your replies, i would put your suggestions to work and see how we go.

How is everyone getting along with their weight loss or health regimes?

Good luck to you all and please feel free to add any further comments or suggestions
A very tired Wickens!

DixieBelle Posted - 08/21/2007 : 01:18:12 AM
Sometimes I drink chamomille usually knocks me out.

Rom. 8:28
wickens36 Posted - 08/11/2007 : 06:48:12 AM

A friend suggested putting lavender in the bath as it is supposed to promote sleep, might give that a try

jearen Posted - 08/06/2007 : 9:02:11 PM
Sorry Wickens, I'm like you , To stesses and take sleeping pills. Maybe try a hot bath before you go to bed. Community © 2000-06 Snitz Communications Go To Top Of Page
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