I’ve heard about this one, it’s expensive. $15 a pill from my source, for that amount it better work lol.I started Belsomra, it has helped but not as much as I was hoping.
Same for me trazadone makes me fuckin groggy for like the entire next day, I actually take Clonidine HCl, I take 2x .2mg pills and its helps me greatly to actually fall asleep. sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night but just gotta lay there and shut the brain down and I can usually get back to sleep no problem. Then not wake up in the morning with groggy weird head fuzzyness like a lot of other sleeping meds I have been prescribed, like trazadone, just cant do that one, but I know for some it works great for them. But for me Clonidine HCL .2mg x2 works perfectI tried Trazodone but it made me groggy in the morning.
I also take Gabapentin and Tizanidine at night.
For normal sleeping hours, and upon waking what are your thoughts on going outside barefoot onto grass or some surface connected to the earth. no concrete, asphalt, etcmelatonin is also imperative, especially if you pull all-nighters! biohack. get some sun in am extremely important also 10-15min as soon as you wake up SUNLIGHT BASK, do your LIZARD pushups lol, induce a giant cocktail of HORMESIS
The light/dark cycle of the sun has a powerful effect on the circadian clock, sleep, and alertness. Your body's circadian clock responds to light, as a signal to be awake, and dark, as a signal to fall asleep. Increase your amount of light during the day to be more alert
Open the blinds or step outside, and the instant that morning light streams into your eyes, it synchronizes your body clock with the 24-hour day in two critical ways:
Morning light also nudges the body to crank up production of the stimulating hormone cortisol, getting your brain fired up for the day.
- Specialized cells in your retinas tell your brain to stop making the sleep hormone melatonin.
- Your brain’s master clock sets a sort of internal timer, instructing the body to start making melatonin again about 14 hours later.