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Sleeping disorder from 6 days - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   m not able to sleep properly since 5-6 days
User :   can u suggest any tablet
Doctor :   Keeping the best sleeping atmosphere is good
Doctor :   rather than taking a tablet
Doctor :   but you can take AVIL 25 mg 30 min before sleep
Doctor :   dont abuse it
User :   ok.
Doctor :   Dont read bookds
User :   this tablet is for insomnia?
Doctor :   books
Doctor :   in teh bedroom
Doctor :   dont watch TV sleeping
Doctor :   dont drink coffee etc or listen to music before bed
User :   fine
Doctor :   insomnia is a different condition
User :   AVIL is used for insomnia?
User :   ok

Doctor :   it causes sedation
User :   wat about alnok

Doctor :   that is a prescription based tablet
User :   i have heard abt this tablet
Doctor :   I cannot prescribe you that
Doctor :   You need to have a physial examination

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