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In your average chemist, health store, even supermarket you'll now find natural herbal remedies for stress, irritability and sleeplessness including Kalms, Natracalm, Valerina and Boots Stress Compound.
As the body becomes deprived of sleep, anxiety builds and the sleeplessness cycle takes form.
Many of the herbs recommended for relief from sleeplessness are mainstays in the nutritional supplements aisles of most chain drug stores.
The most common side effects reported with Daytrana[TM] were decreased appetite, sleeplessness, sadness/crying, twitching, weight loss, nausea, vomiting, tics, and affect lability (mood swings).
And Kaymed also discovered people as young as 15 are now at risk of prolonged bouts of sleeplessness.
Besides being unpleasant, there are a lot of health and safety problems associated with sleeplessness.
The actress Jenny Seagrove teamed up with the National Association for Health Stores to try to overturn the prohibition on kava kava, which she used to cope with sleeplessness .
Sleeplessness as an epidemic: More than 70 million Americans suffer from symptoms of insomnia, according to the National Institutes of Health.
ACTRESS Jenny Seagrove "strongly resented" a Government ban on her favourite herbal remedy for sleeplessness, the High Court heard yesterday.
The dark sides included flashbacks, shakes and tremors, irritability, stomach and bowel disorders, sleeplessness, nightmares and a host of other ailments.
All told, a staggering 47% of workers indicated they have trouble sleeping, and about two-thirds of them - some 36 million Americans - believe that sleeplessness negatively affects their job performance in such areas as handling stress, making decisions and solving problems.
Tony Blair should respond well to coffea (from the coffee bean) to ease sleeplessness and excitement from joy.