09-30-2003, 07:14 AM #1
How hard is it to obtain a script for Valium? I just cant get any rest. I manage a resturaunt so usually get home around 10:30 but can't go to sleep until around 2am or so and then am up at 6am. I feel tired during the day... I know thats not enough rest for when I start my cycle. I was told Valium is an easy script in my line of work but thought I would ask here first.
BTW Mods if this is the wrong forum please move it, I was unsure if Valium would be considered a supplement or not..
09-30-2003, 09:05 AM #2AR-Elite Hall of Famer
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valium a supplement...lol
Bro, i imagine even if you got a script, they wouldnt give you too much(and it wouldnt be just b/c of sleep issues). Have you tried any sleep aids? Prescription or not?
09-30-2003, 09:07 AM #3
Try to get Ambien from your doctor regarding your lack of sleep. I have found that my doctor was far more willing to prescribe Ambien than valium for sleep. It works great and as little as 5mg will allow me to fall right asleep. The great thing about it is that I dont feel like I was hit by a truck when I wake up.
I got 10 mg Ambiens they put me under if I am having A hard time getten to sleep. I know how that is you get home from work late and your mind just kinda races and you cant fall asleep.
09-30-2003, 10:55 AM #5
Yeh it will be real hard to talk a dr into valium, even the 10mg blue ones are hard to get prescribed. Trust me, I have tried. I used to like to take one when I would feel stressed at work (I am under alot of stress up here) and it would put me in a really relaxed mood without making me screw things up. I was fully focused, things just roll off your back easier. I would try pm pills like tylenol.
09-30-2003, 11:36 AM #6
I've received Valium prescriptions online with out a problem. Just do a search for valium prescription on google and take your pick. Just make sure you choose a US company if your in teh states. You have to fill out an online "consulation" but thats it. they'll write you a prescription and mail it to you. I've done this with HCG many times as well.
Ambien didn't work very well for me but 5mg of Valium knocks me out for 8 hour with no doped up feeling in the morning.
09-30-2003, 11:49 AM #7Junior Member
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valium is easy to get a script for. you just say you can't get to sleep and they will give you ambien, then you go back and say the ambien didn't work and you feel nervous before bed. They will give you valium or xanax
09-30-2003, 01:56 PM #8
thanks bros time to call the DR. I have not tried any OTC pills yet as I have heard they are easier to get addicted to than Valium.
09-30-2003, 03:32 PM #9Originally Posted by J-Bud
09-30-2003, 03:45 PM #10
I take 2 tylenol pm's pretty much 4-5 days out of the week. I get to the gym in the mornings because I just can't stand the crowds and to get to sleep at 9pm I need help. Works great but I think there has to be some type of drawback. I don't want to know so I want feel pressured to stop.
09-30-2003, 03:53 PM #11Originally Posted by DADDYDBOL
09-30-2003, 06:20 PM #12
guess I'll pick up some tylenol PM. Anyone try nitol (sp)
09-30-2003, 06:38 PM #13Originally Posted by J-Bud
09-30-2003, 09:20 PM #14
Simply Sleep from Tylenol has the same sleep aid as Tylenol PM without the liver damaging pain realiver. Give that a try.
09-30-2003, 09:24 PM #15
I'm worried about anything that I take not so much becoming addicted but I'll feel like I can't sleep without it... Anyone know if this will be the case? I have the sleepless nights about 2-3 times a week not everyday so I would not take them nightly.
09-30-2003, 09:27 PM #16
I've have sleep problems whenever I'm on a cycle. I use Simply Sleep on days that I really need to get a good nights rest which is about 4 days a week. After the cycle I use 5mg valium for two days and it tends to reset by sleep patten to ~8 hours. After that I'm just fine. One thing you can do is not take any sleep aids if you don't have work or school the next day.
09-30-2003, 09:29 PM #17
It sometimes makes me wonder how easily people will pop pills to solve a problem instead of other ways.. i rememerb reading a thread abotu taking a depression medication for PCT..
this is not a flame to anyone
i mean if you can get ur hands on gear you can get ur hands on other presciption drugs.. dosen't mean we shoudl take them..
09-30-2003, 09:33 PM #18
I agree that pills aren't the answer but after weeks of not being able to sleep and being brain dead during the day because if it worth it. In my case gear does it to me and nothiong I can do except be half asleep all day then have crappy workouts or take a sleep aid and get some rest during the cycle. For me I have no choice on a cycle.
09-30-2003, 09:38 PM #19Swellin Guest
First, Valium and "xannies" are extremely addictive! If it comes down to that, you are at least 20 times more likely to get a scrip from a doc for xanax, than for valium.
Second, Da Bull is dead on about these two (and Ambien)...the addiction is a steep sided pit from which an escape is difficult!
Third, Tylenol PM contains both acetaminophen (tough on the liver) and diphenhydramine. Its the diphenhydramine that knocks you out. Benedryl is 25mg of diphenhydramine. Give it a try instead.
The down side to this route, is that over time you build a tolerance to the diphenhydramine. I have heard of people completely relying on Benedryl for sleep (like an addiction). They start by taking one each night. A year later, 4 per night won't work. The upside...you can lick a cat and snort ragweed (if you are into that sort of thing) without the first hint of an allergy problem.
I recommend giving the Benedyl a try (get the genric diphenhydramine...its the same stuff). Then move on to the next level if this doesn't work.
The restaurant business is an ass kicker...we own a few. Constant headaches and perpetual nightmares.
I sincerely hope can get some good rest soon.
Good Luck Bro!
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09-30-2003, 09:39 PM #20
I get bad sleep habits at school.. like can't sleep at night but can't keep the head up all day...
best solution i find is take one week and fix it by,
durign the day refuse to even nap until ur ready to retire for the night.. , after a few days of this u will be sleeping beauty all night..
and make sure u keep a good schedule..wake up the same tiem every day (even weeknds) and go to bed same time every day (even wekeends)
do this for a week..
09-30-2003, 09:42 PM #21
Thanks bro's not sure what the answer is at this point. An added dilemma to all this is my mother and father both have sleep apnea and I might have it also, I need to go do a sleep study and see what that says and I'll go from there... Man its just one thing after another it seems...
10-01-2003, 12:21 PM #22Originally Posted by J-Bud
10-01-2003, 02:13 PM #23
sleep apnea really isn't genetic... it usually occurs in obese people who can't maintain their airways while sleeping. if you're thin i wouldn't worry about it.
12-08-2003, 01:13 PM #24
Got to be careful with the ambien for sure.
12-08-2003, 02:40 PM #25Associate Member
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I got addicted to the Valiums, not like a problem, I caught it before it got out of hand... One of my friends has pyscologic (sp?) problems and takes trazodone (sp?)
I have been taking the trazodone she gives me and I go right to sleep at night and feel great in the morning.
12-08-2003, 03:03 PM #26Originally Posted by Maximus_Pecs
12-08-2003, 03:40 PM #27Junior Member
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valiums are great i used to take them at night to relax and sleep well.. but they are adictive as well i prefer not to use them unless really necessary.... as far as getting a script hard to go into a md office and get a script... try ambien..
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