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Unread 09-10-2008, 02:15 PM   #1
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I have insomnia and the only thing that seems to help me go to sleep is a few drinks before i go to bed. My tolerance is getting more and more each day. I can drink a bottle of wine and still probably drink another.But recently i have been drinking hard liquor with orange juice.I don't crave it any other time.I don't get shakes or anything if i go for a few days with out it.And i am not sure it is a craving it is more of panic that i can't go to sleep.We can go out with friends and all are drinking but me. I just want it to sleep. I want to get sleep meds but doctor says it is only temporary use. Any help would be greatly appricated.
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Unread 09-10-2008, 04:38 PM   #2
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Hi hartcrafter~

What you are describing is a common problem. I'm going to attach some links below that talk about it:

http://blogs.webmd.com/sleep-disorde...and-sleep.html

http://www.nightworkers.com/drink.html

http://alcoholism.about.com/cs/alerts/l/blnaa41.htm

I don't want to overwhelm you with babble but thought you may benefit by reading some of the articles.

As a rule, you can fall asleep easier with alcohol but your length and quality of sleep is not as good.

What strikes me the most with your post is that your developing a habit. Perhaps the alcohol isn't a habit, but the routine is the habit. You spend time with worry and fear that you won't sleep and that's not healthy. This you know, I know....

There are many medications that can help with sleep that aren't 'sleeping pills'. Perhaps if you approach your doctor with a maintainance plan vs short term they'd be more willing??

I can name a couple but realize I'm just throwing this out there and I'm not a physician. Trazadone, Elavil, Seroquel...... these are meds that can be taken on a daily basis to help promote a more healthy sleep pattern and perhaps less anxiety.

Again, I'm not a doctor and I don't play one on the internet! Just an alternate suggestion to a 'sleeping pill'.

There are many options other then meds, too. Behavior modifications can be helpful to some. Relaxations techniques, retraining yourself for another routine other than a drink, meditation....that type of thing.

Are you getting a good nights sleep with a drink or few?

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Unread 09-11-2008, 08:05 AM   #3
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Thank you for writing !!!I am not getting the best sleep but at least it is sleep..lol There have been times when in a 3 day period I only get 6- 8 hours sleep when i don't have the drinks. But i think you might be right about the habit forming routine. I am going to read the articals you suggested and bite the bullet and try to talk to the doctor again. ( I did talk to him about the drinking and Insomnia and he gave me rozeram .I built up a tolerance against it within a few weeks. I tend to do that with meds.)Anyways thanks for taking the time !
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Unread 09-11-2008, 01:00 PM   #4
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Hi hartcrafter,

I also suffer from insomnia, I don't drink! But I did find through talking that I had so much on my mind it was like I could not just shut off my Brain and go to sleep.
I have learned to go to bed a little earlier, read a little and then let it be dark. I don't turn on the TV, and I try to go to bed before my Husband, that way I can try to just relax. No talking about the day, ( we own a business together)! And that just bring's more stress!
I also tried a prescription and with me it did the opposite, kept me up for day's.
The one problem with alcohol is you do go to sleep, but it will be a very un-restful sleep and you find yourself waking up at different time's of the night. And when you do get up in the morning , it is not like you have truly gotten a good night sleep.
Just some idea's, for you to think about!
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Unread 09-11-2008, 02:20 PM   #5
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Casey,
thank you for taking the time to write. I have been trying to go to bed before my husband not so we don't talk but because he snores . He has a machine but rarely uses it.I think that adds to the insomnia we have tried separate rooms to sleep in but i find that interferes with our relationship. so tonight i am going to go it without the drink and the sleeping pills and try the reading and I also saw something on aroma therapy so i might try that.
thanks again!
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Unread 09-11-2008, 02:50 PM   #6
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hartcrafter, to add to what everyone else has said.

Have you tried any over-the-counter sleep aids? Benedryl (the allergy med) works for a lot of people. Then there's melatonin in the vitamin/supplement area of the pharmacy. Sleepy Time Tea has worked for some friends of mine.
http://www.celestialseasonings.com/p...eas/sleepytime

Has your husband tried those breathe right strips they advertise on the tv set? That might help him not to disturb your sleep.

Sweet dreams.
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Unread 09-11-2008, 08:06 PM   #7
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Hartcrafter,

I agree with Nadia that those Breath strips are a god-send. My husband also snore's , so that is why it is so much easier for me to go to bed first, he can fall right to sleep , I cannot , sometime's I will take Simply Sleep, they are not habit forming and if I can get to sleep before him, then his snoring will not hinder me trying to get to sleep. But if it is after , forget it - it take's about an hour to get to sleep, and on top of being tired those who snore do not realize how aggravating it is. I Love Him dearly, but I tell you I run to get to sleep first so I can at least get 7-hour's. It is sad when we miss the day's of school time when we could sleep for hour's. Those day's are gone, we are now adult's with so much to do and worry about.
I wish you luck,
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Unread 09-11-2008, 11:07 PM   #8
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I have tried about 8 different over the counter meds and the melatonin ( rozerem has that in it) Antihistamines ( and tylnoyl that is what my sister takes to sleep) We have tried breath right strips they didn't work or he took them off in the middle of the night) When he uses his machine it seems to help.But when it comes off his nose there is a hissing sound. my ears are so sensitive i wake up to the hissing sound.It sometimes feels like a no win situation. Tonight we got in a fight and i was so stressed out i went ahead and got a 5th. ( i get stress head aches and a few drinks helps).Hmmm ughhh i keep saying Monday i will start . Funny how i never get the shakes or anything like that from withdrawal .It doesn't affect my work i just feel guilty for drinking.ughhhhhhhhh!!!!!
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Unread 09-12-2008, 07:19 AM   #9
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Thanks for your input!
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Unread 09-12-2008, 06:01 PM   #10
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hartcrafter,

Have you thought of making an Appt. for you Husband w/his Dr. and have the Dr. tell him how important it is that he use the machine. I have a friend who has to use one, he isn't crazy about either-but he know's it help's.
I don't want you to think I am saying you have a problem, but if you start having a drink to go to sleep for any reason, it may end up becoming a pattern for you with a way to deal with stress. Sometime's it can happen with something as small as what you are doing. Just a thought!!
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Unread 09-12-2008, 09:46 PM   #11
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hartcrafter, sorry it didn't work out sleep wise last night. It's imperative that you tell your husband that he needs to work with you on your sleep issue. It's not fair to you, and this could become a problem. You probably aren't drinking enough to have the shakes when you don't drink. YET. Also read this, so many other things that can alcohol can effect:
http://www.alcoholanswers.org/alcoho...our-health.cfm

This is something that may creep up on you and it's good that you recognized it now.

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Unread 09-12-2008, 11:53 PM   #12
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Thanks for the advice a pattern is what it has become I think.I am going to talk with my husband about how important it is to use the machine.He is clueless about the drinking issue. I have been able to hide it for the most part. I think i need to look at this as one day at a time. I am a very private person .I guess that is how I have been able to hide it for the most part.But I want to be healthy and get the sleep I truly need. I am scared but i think I can do it! Will power..LOL
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Unread 09-13-2008, 11:15 AM   #13
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Hi hartcrafter,

Everything is one day at a time, sometime's one minute or one second. What scare's me for you is that you are admitting you are hiding it ? Which believe me is a positive on your part, but when you start to hide thing's , then you know there is a problem.
But you really need to speak to your husband, could there possibly be more thing's that you are either hiding or you are both not talking about out loud?? You know how they say the Elephant is in the room , but no one speak's of it!!
Again I wish You Luck!
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Unread 09-13-2008, 11:53 AM   #14
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hartcrafter,

I am relieved to hear that you will talk with your husband about his APAP. Not only will it improve his health, but yours. Make sure you tell him it is affecting your sleep and health. Don't skirt around that. He needs to know. Maybe that will be incentive enough for him to start wearing it again.

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Unread 09-14-2008, 08:34 PM   #15
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hartcrafter, don't let this drink to sleep ritual become drink to calm down, drink to eat, drink to go out. Can happen real fast. I know.

Good luck and take care.

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Unread 09-19-2008, 01:07 PM   #16
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Hi Hartcrafter ,
How is it going? Have you been able to sleep without having a drink yet? In addition to what others have said, could you see your doctor to talk to him about the insomnia? Ideally, not taking anything would be best, but if this is a habit you have developed, then maybe a short course of a very mild anti-depressant or sleeping medicine would help you sleep and break the alcohol at night cycle, under your doctor's supervision of course. I am not saying trade one habit for another, just that sleep is vital to our well-being , imo. I know I am useless if I do not sleep.
I also hope your husband can get the APAP sorted out, wishing you both peaceful nights ahead, take care, Carly
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Unread 09-19-2008, 06:32 PM   #17
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Nice post about the treatment for alcohol drug addicted people...Thanks for your posting....
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Unread 09-20-2008, 12:04 AM   #18
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I did talk to the doctor about a year ago and he gave me rozeram and told me to quit drinking. I tried it and helped for about a week then built up a tolerance to it. Tried to talk to him again and he wasn't willing to give me anything stronger.Soooo i thought about switching doctors .But that is a whole new process. I did mange to go a few days but was so exhausted from not sleeping I caved in.I am frustrated . I am just going to have to figure it out. Thanks for thinking of me.
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Unread 09-20-2008, 08:39 PM   #19
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hartcrafter,

Someone is alway's here to listen to you even if you just want to vent.
You did say one thing that struck a cord with me , about seeing another Dr.,
Well I had to have a serious surgery and afterward's this Dr. told me to drink more water, which made no since to me. I have survived Cancer and then last year out of no where I had what I thought was a Stomach Virus and it turned out to be much more serious. I ended up losing 1/2 of my colon and a portoin for my small intestine, and still this Dr. insisted it was related to drinking water, I finally had , had it with him and went to another Specialist ( yes it can be a pain) but this man was in the same field as the first Dr., and he found out that I have a Blood Disorder that I inherited from either my Mom or Dad, he sent me to a Blood Specialist ( who also deal's with cancer seeing I had , had it. I am only 40yrs.old but at 35, I had to have a complete Hystro., caused by Cervical Cancer, I did not want to take a chance on having ovarian cancer which is so much harder to find in time!)
My new Blood Specialist was disgusted that the other Dr. had said Fluid and to come back in a year, after such a serious surgery-he told me I probally would have been dead if I had waited.
I listened to the little voice in my head that kept saying something is not right with this first Dr.
And can be a pain to start with a new Dr., but believe me from my experience it was well worth the inconvience.
I Wish You Luck, and please keep us informed, we do care!!
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Unread 09-21-2008, 04:59 PM   #20
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Hi Hartcrafter,

I know it can be a pain to switch doctors, however if they are not attending to your issues like sleep, maybe it is time to switch to someone who will at least try other options out there?
That is great that you tried stopping for a few nights. If you have been drinking nightly for a period of time, then your body will react to not having the alcohol. Stopping alcohol use is a process, it takes time and ideally medical supervision along with counseling / other support system. I hope you will consider both when you are ready to try again. : ) Take care Hart, Carly
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Unread 12-03-2008, 06:16 AM   #21
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Hi,
I'm new to the site and I'm finding out real quick that I'm not alone. Just like you, I drink to sleep. I have gone days without sleep if I don't have a drink. I'm really starting to worry that it's more of habit and routine ritual, and I know the effects of alcohol are very harmful and can cause major problems in my life. After reading the posts, I have decided to call my doctor and make an appointment right away. I've also written down the number to some therapist.

Thank you all for the information you supplied. I will NOT let this take over my life.
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Unread 12-03-2008, 03:47 PM   #22
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Hi Needchange ,

Welcome to the forum, I have posted some links to get you started. There is a questionaire here so you can do a self assessment and good that you are seeing a medical professional about this. How long have you been drinking to help you sleep?
This is an annymous forum, so if you have questions or need to vent - please feel free to do so.

Again, welcome and take care, Carly

Below is a list of the various support groups that are available and how to find one near you. There is now much more than traditional AA, there are many types of support groups out there.

Treatment locator : Physicians, counselors and treatment facilities.. just type in your zip code -

http://www.alcoholanswers.org/local/

http://www.alcoholanswers.org/resour...port-links.cfm

Link to medication assisted treatment options... this can be an invaluable tool to help with cravings.

http://www.alcoholanswers.org/treatm...-treatment.cfm

Information for your family ....
Education for your family/loved ones can be vital to their understanding of what you are facing and trying to accomplish.
Below is the link to the information and other resources on the site that may help them.

http://www.alcoholanswers.org/friends-family/

For even more information and resources click on any of the links on the right hand side or at the top of the page.
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Hi Needchange - just checking in with you, hope all is well : ) carly
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Unread 12-15-2008, 08:55 AM   #24
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Hi There,

Thanks for the valuable information. It took days for someone to reply to my post that I put matters into GODs hands. Last night was my first night without any alcohol. I took one melatonin and one simply sleep and I must admit, that my night was filled with weird dreams to say the least. I also find that I wanted to eat sweets and I had diarreah for most of the night which didn't help. So, to report I have made it through the night and even though I tossed and turned and was up every hour in the restroom, I feel pretty good this morning.

Oh CarlyO, to answer your question about how long have I been drinking to fall asleep, I would say it's been about a year now. I began drinking when I was going through financial problems and relationship trouble, but for some reason even after I left the idiot that was stressing me out, I still couldn't sleep. It was as if my mind would not shut off. The financial issue is still there, but not like it was. So group continue to pray for me and I will keep you guys updated.

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Good job needchange. Sorry I didn't reply sooner, I don't come here as often as I used to, or should. These people helped me a lot. I'm almost a year without drinking.

Congrats on doing it. It gets easier as time goes on. Do you know what caused the runs? Maybe you were nervous about going to sleep that's happened to me before.

You can do this. Just keep telling yourself that.

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Hey JaneDoe,

It's my second day and it's now 9:49pm and I've taken my melatonin and simply sleep and I'm waiting for it to take effect. I find it interesting that through the day time I don't think about a drink. I think you were right, that I was so nervous about being up all night that I made myself sick. I just came back from bible study and I'm feeling pretty good right now. What I'm worried about is when my fiance leaves to his son's graduation on Wednesday night. Will I be able to maintain this great spirit. I guess we will see. I love this site and I'm so grateful for everyone. I was so afraid that I had become a alcoholic. Some times we just pick of the worst habits and they are hard to let go. I will keep you guys updated on my status.
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needchange, how'd it go? Some other things about sleeping too that I was reading about are to have your bedroom dark and cool. No TV or radio because the change in volume can wake you especially if you start to fall asleep; only use the bedroom for sleep and sex (woo hoo).

I found this for you and hartcrafter.
http://www.umm.edu/sleep/sleep_hyg.htm

Funny, the third thing they says is this.
"Avoid alcohol 4-6 hours before bedtime. Many people believe that alcohol helps them sleep. While alcohol has an immediate sleep-inducing effect, a few hours later as the alcohol levels in your blood start to fall, there is a stimulant or wake-up effect."

It's probably because there's a lot of sugar or the alcohol metabolizes into sugars.

You'll do fine when your fiance leaves. Keep posting.

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Hey hey,

I made is another night. With the help of the simple sleep. But nothing else. I will keep you posted.
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Unread 12-18-2008, 10:33 AM   #29
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Woo hoo! Simple sleep is better than booze to sleep.

How'd it go last night?

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Hey Everyone.... I made it. Whoo hoo, I no longer need alcohol to sleep. I actually had a glass of wine Wednesday night and I was cool. I had one glass and that was enough for me. I think that I was so depressed and stressed that I was going to become an alchololic that I stressed myself out so much. I'm so happy that you guys are here for me. I no longer need alcohol to sleep. Now I'm trying to wing myself off the simply sleep. Any ideas?
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Hey needchange- Congrats - way to go !

This is just my opinion- not intended as medical advice, talk to a professional to be safe. Have you tried the herbal route, like valerien root, chamomile tea? Talk to a pharmicist - they may have some ideas.
Maybe you could try one night with simply sleep and one night without, and so on.
Since Simply sleep is generic benadryl, talk to a pharmicist about ideas of getting OTC benadryl tabs and cut the dose in half, or Children's benadryl.

From Simply Sleep website :
Caplet Diphenhydramine HCl 25 mg in each caplet
Again, glad you are not stressed out like before and especially that JaneDoe was here with such great feedback : )

Good luck and let us know how it is going. Happy New Year - Carly
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needchange, I knew you could do it! Congratulations.

Maybe try what CarlyO said with the alternating or taking less? I looked at the simply sleep site, but didn't see anything. This was interesting though.
http://www.tylenol.com/page.jhtml?id...eepbedroom.inc

Happy new year!

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I'm new to the site and am an alcholic. Please stop drinking before it gets a hold on you! Try meditation for 1/2 hr before bed concentrating on your breathing. I've recently went on Restoril because I was only sleeping 2.5 hrs a night and I work f/t and now get 6 hrs. Alcohol is not the solution to get a good night's sleep!

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Oh geeze, I should have read the whole thread. Congrats!

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Hi Everyone,

Good link Jane, thanks for always posting such great feedback. : )

I am the worst about not dimming the lights and leaving the tv on , but when I do cut it off before I go to sleep, I sleep much better.

needchange - how is it going ? Hope you are getting plenty of zzzz s !

Quilla , welcome to the forum, how is it going ? Do you want to start your own thread so everyone can welcome you and maybe share more of your story?

Take care, Carly
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