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I cannot sleep at all

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by freshveggies, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. perchance dreamer

    perchance dreamer Senior Member

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    Sregan, It's interesting that Molybdenum helps your sleep. What brand and dosage do you use? Thanks.
     
  2. dbkita

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    I would be curious to know which of the two, the molybdenum or the boron, has more of the impact towards improving your sleep. I am betting the molybdenum but maybe an experiment would be in order? Have you thought of taking the magnesium glycinate at bedtime instead of in the morning?
     
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    It's either the Boron or both together. Moly doesn't give me anything noticable by itself. I have taken Mag and Cal at bedtime. It might be worth taking twice per day. I might try that.
     
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    I screwed up my sleep last night. Not sure what. I took 1/2 tab of (25mg) zinc chelate which usually wires me a little. I assume I'm not taking co-factors I need for something zinc is doing. I also had 2 soft boiled eggs for breakfast and believe the sulfur might have effected me. I had dreams of being chased, where I cannot stop for even a second. Those type of dreams seem to always be mercury related. If I have cilantro I can usually count on dreams like that also. The 3rd possibility is that I bought a 3" memory foam mattress topper. I left the thing in my garage for 3 days to air out but could still smell the thing. I guess I'll know tonight whether or not that was a factor. Today I'm excluding the zinc and the eggs.
     
  5. perchance dreamer

    perchance dreamer Senior Member

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    I take zinc, too, but only in the morning. Taken later, it screws up my sleep.

    When I've taken it at night, I've had vivid dreams and frequent awakenings.

    It's odd: Zinc does help some people with sleep. Lots of people take ZMA before bed and do great with it. That supplement is like insomnia in a pill for me.
     

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