Best Medicine For Chronic Insomnia


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ashish Says:

I have been taking .50 mg restyl, for my insomnia problem, for more than 4 years,
however, to reduce dependence, started taking some ayurvedic medicine last year and could reduce restyl to .25 mg.
But the problem has again resurfaced with inrtermittent sleep afer 11 months, and so stopped ayurvedic medicine and took only .5 mg restyl.
But the sleep is again quite disturbed,
another doctor in banglaore, india whre i live, said that ite better to take larpose 2 mg, and he said that it will cure th proble,
however, am worried that if the dosage goes upto 2 mag, and effect starts wearing off after 3 to 4 months, will i then have to go for more dosage,
Doctor is not able to clarify why he is changing the medicine and start with a high dosage of 2 mg,
can anyone clarify why the larpose dosage has to be so high, and how long will it be effective., and advantages vs restyl .5 mg

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