• ...hurt themselves through a variety of adventures. If you are using it as a sleep aid, it's recommended to continue doing what you're doing until you begin t
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  • ...of somewhat moderate tolerance. Amphetamine naive users may not be able to sleep for 18+ hours after oral use and other routes will be lengthened as well. *Sleep suppression
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  • ...ers because of the huge number of variables like alcohol and cannabis use, sleep deprivation, environment of MDMA use etc.
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  • ...nd name Ambien, Stilnox is a Z-drug prescribed by doctors to help patients sleep. Zolpidem has very weak anxiolytic, myorelaxant, and anticonvulsant propert ...rs have reported unexplained sleepwalking while using zolpidem, as well as sleep driving, binge eating while asleep, and performing other daily tasks while
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  • In the 1980s, the drug became approved for over-the-counter use as a sleep-aid (due to its sedative effect) and antihistamine.
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  • | Found in Allergy/Sleep/Nighttime medications
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  • (Meier 1996). While they sleep, they hope to
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  • ...hurt themselves through a variety of adventures. If you are using it as a sleep aid, it's recommended to continue doing what you're doing until you begin t
    4 KB (562 words) - 10:36, 26 June 2015
  • ...ner (1783-1841), a pharmacist's assistant, first isolated morphine as the "sleep-inducing principle" in opium (cf. Papaver somniferum, opium alkaloids). Thi
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  • * Decreased Sleep
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  • ...increasing its production of cortisol —and interfere with the ability to sleep in most coffee drinkers. Decaffeinated coffee still contains some caffeine ...et can increase caffeine levels by as much as 70 percent); with sedatives, sleep inducers, or tranquilizers, increased sensitivity to the sedative or tranqu
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  • gods of sleep, and the third was the family's and a need to sleep that controls every
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  • patient. The patient would then fall into a sleep
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  • ...ition and sleep deprivation may become a problem with extended use. Try to sleep, and see [[Quick Guide to Stimulant Comedowns]] for more information on man
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  • ...s cause somnolence (a state of near-sleep) that leads to a deep, dreamless sleep often described as restful
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  • tea for inducing sleep (cf. also diazepam).
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  • <div>Bangladesh to help induce sleep (Ott 1993,419*).</div>
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  • root tuber is said to induce a deep sleep accompanied
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  • thus induces sleep (Hansel and Henkler 1994, a tea for inducing sleep. The stalks are used as a
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  • ...mselves on the smoke of Rhododendron caucasicum, which would cause them to sleep deeply. The dreams that appeared to them under these circumstances were int
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