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I've been taking sleepasil for quite a while now and have been experiencing several possible side effects that may contributed by the drug. My major concern is what is in the drug. Yes it is BFAD approved but i cannot find its make up. thanks

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Verwon Says:
 
Sleepasil is actually a supplement claimed to help with sleep issues.

It contains: Melatonin, Chamomile, Wild JuJube Seed Extract, Valerian Root, Hops, Scullcap, Passion Flower, Calcium and Magnesium.

That said, since this is a supplement, side effects are not known, they have not been studied.

What exactly have you been experiencing? Have you spoken to your doctor?

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jayze Says:
 
it has melatonin. i heard its bad for eczema, psoriasis. i have skin problems but not yet have done skin biophsis but i know its either psoriasis or eczema. is it safe for me to take sleepasil?

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vincent Says:
 
Here's a link to Sleepasil's website and its components.

http://www.sleepasil.com/product_info.html

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Maldita Says:
 
i took Sleepasil last wednesday (sept. 8, 2010). It was ok coz I was able to sleep for 5 hours (since I work in a call center and needed to get some sleep) but there was a side effect. After I took it, I started having LBM until now, sept. 13, 2010.

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jen Says:
 
yea me too, i also took 1 capsule yesterday. and i was able to sleep well the thing here is that i had headache after i took 1 yesterday. kinda weird. but i hope thats fine. cause it helps alot :))

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Paul Says:
 
Side effects are due to negligence by the user of the products. Thus, if we are using consumer goods, read the label and check if it has something that might affect your condition. Milk that is so essential, for example, affect lactose intolerant people.

Moreover, if you have some sickness such as eczema, psoriasis or others have them treated by medical professional first. As for the LBM, you might have eaten something that affect your system adversely, watch what you eat.

Just a friendly advice people. Live well.

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Dr Tetz Says:
 
I agree with Paul 100%. We can't blame a product and its maker because we didn't read the label or check their website at the onset.

All that we take in will definitely affect our bodies. It just became our responsibility. Supplements, Sleepasil included, do not promise any cure to ailments. Just help for anything we particularly need. In this case, Sleepasil works in helping us sleep.

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Janine Says:
 
Right. LBM and headaches are closely associated with sleep deprived individuals. Thus, that can't be really said that it is a side effect of Sleepasil. I've tried taking sleepasil since 2008 and i yet couldn't see any side effects so far.

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Vicky Says:
 
If it's a high enough dosage of melatonin, this can cause headaches. Some people also have reactions to valerian, usually involving a headache and/or stomach cramps.

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Cassandra Karla Says:
 
True , I am a tru loyal user and the side effect is with the user do not take drugs if it wont fit/suit your needs and health condition... To the users will keep posted for new details if needed

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Rey Says:
 
does sleepasil works with geriatrics? my Mom is 92 yr old and have problems sleeping at nyt.

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kevin Says:
 
After taking one that night, the next days i get so f***ing ITCHY. Then next week i take Sleepwell another sleeping pill, i get more ITCHY. worse case scenario it cant control it from scratching. Im never gonna take this again :<

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bianCalici0us Says:
 
i want to buy a sleepasiL kaso ntatak0t ak0h bka kung an0 an0 ang mga side effects ang mukuha k0h and mukhanG mhal mag kan0 p0h ba ang gan0n ??? and makakabili ba ako nun nang wlang prescripti0n . ????

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kahlil Says:
 
Is it safe to take sleepasil when ur depress?

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Kevin Says:
 
i guess no cos it didnt worked for me .

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John Says:
 
Are you easily awakened/ Can you still feel things when in the middle of sleep, after taking this?

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vampire123 Says:
 
will overdosing of sleeping pills can die???

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Paul Says:
 
Like any medication, drug or herbal, in moderation can have good effects. In excessive doses can have some side effects ranging from drowsiness, dizziness, eye-sight problems, skin problems, digestive and so on.

It is not a 'Cure-All' so don't expect a sleep enhancer to be effective for depression or emotional problems.

If you are a Call Center agent using this occasionally can be okay, however, it's best not to rely on this or anything like this.

Suggestion: Check your diet for excessive caffeine, sugar or carbohydrates. Drink lots of water. Moderate exercising can help sleep, so after your shift, go for a walk. If you smoke only do so 2-3 hours before going to sleep as nicotine is a strong stimulant.

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isagani Says:
 
I tried it yestarday, i didn't get enough sleep & i got LBM. I won't take it anymore.

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PRU Says:
 
i took 2 capsules of sleepasil last night, i don't know if 2 is an over dosage but from midnight til morning i wasn't able to sleep because of unbearable stomach pain as if my whole body was chilling and decided to go to the hospital but when pain subsided after in and out of the comfort room because of LBM i just stayed home, I've read some comments about taking sleepasil and with the same LBM issues you think it's still a coincidence? I think the best precaution and to be careful is not to take sleepasil anymore.

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