[pct-l] Sleep Aids

Jeffrey Olson jolson at olc.edu
Sat May 4 16:12:43 CDT 2013

Benydryl helps.  Costco's kirkland brankd is a 10th of the cost of 
regular drug stores.   Find the dosage level that takes the top off 
whatever is going on, and be aware that you won't be able to sleep quite 
as deeply.  For the sleep apnea potential, something like the puresleep 
device might help. If you are stopping breathing, and that'swhy you're 
restless, this will help.


Jeffrey Olson
Rapid City, SD
On 5/4/2013 1:42 PM, Dan C. aka Thumper wrote:
>   Dear List,
> Do any of you have experience with sleep aid products while out on the trail? I find I toss and turn throughout the night which is disturbing to my sleep. My sleep is not restful. Exterior noises, except for bears, do not bother me. It's just the constant movement. I saw in COSTCO an inexpensive sleep aid tab. While my goal is not to knock myself out I am interested in a more restful night's sleep. I'm thinking a half tab my work to get me to sleep vs. a whole might impact a normal, motivated wake-up. Thoughts and suggestions are appreciated.
> Thumper aka Dan C.
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