Is it sure?
Why did you not use it before?
Is it sure?
A woman in her sixties has been insomnia for several years.
I can fall asleep when I first start sleeping pills. Now the effect is getting worse and worse, and the time to sleep is getting shorter and shorter. Is it recognized?
People with too much long-term insomnia have this feeling. The sleeping pills are effective at the beginning, and eating and eating is not effective.
There are indeed reasons for doubts; it may be that the disease progresses, or external causes aggravate sleep disorders; but some people do not have the right to sleep pills.
Obviously, if the condition is aggravated, it is necessary to add or change the type of the drug under the guidance of the doctor (you cannot add it yourself).
In addition, it is necessary to see if you take the sleeping pills correctly and correctly. In general, sleeping pills should be 15 before going to bed?
Take it for 20 minutes, and take the amount of medicine prescribed by the doctor once; some people are afraid of neglect, want to eat as little as possible, reduce the amount of medicine when taking it, and take the rest when you can’t sleep, which will affect sleep, and finally only addLarge dose.
In addition, a large number of insomnia elderly people often have hypertension, diabetes, cardiopulmonary diseases, etc. These chronic diseases require long-term medication, and some drugs have metabolic sleep effects. You can consult a specialist to see if there is such a drug and make adjustments.
Moreover, sleeping pills and other drugs are best staggered.