B vitamins insomnia

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Avatar m tn Hiya, Fenceboard! Many people don't sleep regularly for a while. (I'm the poster child for this at four mos. plus) I'd ask you a couple of things. Are you drinking caffeine? Have you tried exercising regularly earlier in the day? Do you keep the TV, etc. on when you try to sleep? Have you tried multiple B vitamins, Liquid plant-based Melatonin, GABA, 'Natural Calm' or 5-HTP?
Avatar f tn Have you taken any B vitamin supplements? A lack of B vitamins will leave you feeling tired, irritated, depressed and jumpy at sounds or light sensitive. It can also cause insomnia with fatigue... Maybe you need D vitamins... More calcium. A lack of these vitamins cause depression. Maybe write the baby or read it a story when you are feeling frustrated. Studies show t hey can hear sounds and do respond.
Avatar m tn This is normal with B vitamins. You will notice this happens if you use nutrtional yeast, too.
Avatar m tn Thanks so much, Barb. (I'm new to the board and posted twice, so I flagged one as a duplicate). I don't have all of my numbers b/c I don't have copies of my labs (I'll ask for them tomorrow). Pre armour my hashi's antibodies were 664. FT3 1.9 (range 2.3 - 4.2), TSH 1.08 (range 0.4 - 4.5), FT4 was "fine" After taking 90 g armour for appprox 6 weeks. TSH was 0.55 (range 0.4 - 4.
Avatar m tn Hi there- Usually the B vitamins are good for the brain along with Ltyrosine.Also, exercise and activity releases endorphins and gives us more energy. Look at the amino acid protocol. There are a lot of foods that are great for our brains ...like apples!
Avatar f tn Hi & Welcome! Check the middle three links at the bottom of this page under 'Most Viewed Health Pages'. Staying well hydrated (2 to 3 liters of water per day) will help as will an unprocessed healthy diet with a proper balance of Omega 3, 6 & 9 fatty acids, a full-spectrum amino acid supplement & plenty of B vitamins. Get plenty of sun & D3 for mood & energy (as well as immune response).
518031 tn?1295575374 good for you...are you taking vitamins?? you will find that the more good stuff you put in now the better you will feel...i do a multi, b6 and b 12 and a lot of green tea...try to eat fruit..i got addicted to grapefruit. lol...you are over the hump in my opinion....i was a sleeper too,we are lucky ,some people cant sleep at all....you can do this...i was one of those that thougt i had to do them...just a mind trick you know?? ask me anyhting if you want...ill be on later im leaving work now k?
3063937 tn?1352422855 Also vitamins b-6 and b-12 to help with fatigue. And they also sell a med OTC at Walmart called restless legs u can take before bed that will help with the legs at night also and as always get ya a good multi vitamin.
Avatar f tn There an awful lot of them that might help. I'd recommend you find a holistic nutritionist for help with this. They'll help to make you as strong as they can, and with so many things to choose from and not knowing what meds you might be taking, they can help with the trial and error of finding what works. Diet is also very important for this particular problem, more so than supplements.
Avatar f tn When do you take your meds (time of day)? What thyroid meds are you taking (Armour? Synthroid?) and when was your last thyroid panel test? Are you taking any other prescription, over the counter or herbal meds...including vitamins? When do you take them in relation to your other meds?
1808884 tn?1324345703 MAKE SURE TO TAKE VITAMIN B-12, MULTI-VIT, VIT-C, CALCIUM (NOT AT THE SAME TIME AS C OR THE C WILL KILL THE CALCIUM), MAGNESIUM. I AM TAKING FOLIC ACID WITH B-12. I WOULD MAKE SURE THAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU BY LOOKING IT UP ON LINE, IT'S PROBABLY OK!
675718 tn?1530033033 did anyone catch the column on b-vitamins and schizophrenia ?
Avatar f tn Cat, Try to load up on gatorade & bananas as well. DOnt know about the 5HTP, but Vit B, C and Calcium has helped me with the leg stuff. Stay the course!
Avatar f tn Drug allergies may cause many different types of symptoms depending on the drug and the degree of exposure to the drug (how often you have taken it). Allergic reactions to B vitamins are rare and are generally confined to vitamins B3 and B6.These include skin eruptions, hypersensitivity, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, Flushing, joint pains, skin rash, muscle cramps and fever. Treatment of vit B allergy includes stopping the intake of vit B.
Avatar m tn Think You Remember My Problems Trying To Get On Lexapro,Been a Difficult Time. Trying Non Med Options,Magnesium,B Vitamins,Fish Oil,Etc. Hoping For Any Relief. Thank You For Your Time And Concern.
4209053 tn?1351516914 I am deff going to get these vitamins today. No more relapsing !!! I hope this helps me feel better....trick-or-treating is just tomorrow night.
Avatar f tn Hi ladies.I Am 34 weeks pregnant. Do you have any advice on how to deal with insomnia, I haven't slept in 2 Weeks. I hate nights. I do get tired and sleepy but I just can't sleep. Even if I try during the day I just can't plus I have a 10 month old to care for. Please anything will be nice.
Avatar f tn Insomnia is a b***h! Ftm 31 weeks. My son seems to sleep during the day and wake up at 1am since around 25weeks. I try to get some sleep buts its just very uncomfortable. I also tryed drinking tea and warm milk and nothing is working. I fall asleep around 8am and wake up at 3pm that's all the sleep I'm getting at this point. Anyone else having this problem?
599170 tn?1300973893 I've taken a multi vitamin daily since I was 13. I sometimes take extra B vitamins as well. I think when things are so hectic we sometimes don't get as well or as much as we should and any bit helps.
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Avatar f tn Well so far my thyroid is fine , kidneys is fine, no inflammaton in system, my vitamins or should i say B vitamins is fine, CBC is fine, but Calcium is high . Some days better than others but still having problems. i still have lots of other symptoms thats to much to list here. but am keeping a journal of this.
1509970 tn?1290036714 If you have been tested and are actually B deficient or in the low end of normal range, you can ask your doctor about this (it's a Rx supplement here in the US): http://www.pamlab.com/Products,Cerefolin Hopefully the National Health will cover it where you are, otherwise it can be kind of pricey. Since it's componded with N-acetylcysteine, it may help the liver, besides providing vitamin B in a form the body can use without going the shot or sublingual route.