Chronic InsomniaHi folks I have a Chronic Illness and part of my treatment a year ago was Hormone Therapy which gave me awful Insomnia. My Indian body type is Pitta ( Fire ) . I saw a lovely Ayurvedic lady and she gave me herbs and advice that helped. Recently the Insomnia has returned about a month now. It's different than from before. The heat is a large factor. My symptoms are as follows with 1 being the worse symptom and 10 the least . 1. Fatigue - I have no energy during the day and constantly yawn 2 I wake up and have to drag myself out of bed 3 my eyes feel like they are sinking into my skull 4 I feel weak lacking in muscle strength 5 I cannot sleep and toss and turn drifting in and out but I only get deep sleep when I'm exhausted . I get better sleep in naps but I try not to but cannot when I'm exhausted . I'm worse for heat and better for cold My appetite and thirst are normal I've had this now to the point where Apathy describes my overall mental state. Appreciate any help
KcG955 on 2016-06-12
15 drops in a cup containing an ounce of water, sip one third of it, 15 minutes later sip the next third of it, and 15 minutes later take the last third of it.HALF AN HR BEFORE DINNER. dont repeat.
Coffea C 200,5 pills ones in three days.From day 2.
Ferrum Phos 6x and Sulphur 30,five Tabs/Pills three times a day from day 3.
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