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Wed, Jul. 26th, 2006 07:47 am
Paul Judd is so gorgeous

When I saw my psychiatrist she prescribed Ambien (sp?) to help me sleep. Well it hasn't helped it at all, I've been on it nearly a week. The Topomax (which I've been on before) has started to help with my mood swings but the Ambien isn't working at all. Had a hour of sleep. Joy, I'm really exhausted and I'm about to crash and I know once I do I'll sleep until at least 2pm. I hate my sleep problems.
I have this strange thing and I wonder if any of you have it. When I'm over tired and freaking exhausted my hair feels really greasy even if it's clean. Really icky and gross. Any of you get that feeling? If not, do you get anything like that? I also get really hot and sweat easily, get easily weepy, prone to fits of 'the grumps', and I get the chills easily (all more normal I know).

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machina
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Wed, Jul. 26th, 2006 06:39 pm (UTC)

how many ML of ambien?


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witherwings7
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Agent 27
Wed, Jul. 26th, 2006 11:44 pm (UTC)

10MG


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cartoondoggy
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Sara
Wed, Jul. 26th, 2006 07:46 pm (UTC)

Awww, I'm sorry you have trouble sleeping. My dad uses Ambien too, but he hates Lunesta. Maybe that one would work for you? My mom takes Topomax regularly too.

Yeah my hair feels greasy when I dont sleep well either!


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axe_girl
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Dana
Wed, Aug. 2nd, 2006 07:01 am (UTC)

Well physiologically speaking, being prone to the chills could be related to a lack of sleep, since sleep is theorized to be involved in regulating the body's thermostat, and the chills are caused by the body's thermostat becoming too high, hence a false sense of being cold when one is a normal temperature (yes, I am writing an essay on the importance of sleep at the moment, I am a nerd).


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