My sleep reviews are based on extensive scientific studies, including my own experiments on how sleep affects the body and brain.
This information is not for general use, so if you want to purchase any of these products, you should check with your doctor to see whether they are appropriate for you. This information is for medical use only. For the vast majority of sleep problems, the symptoms can be improved by eliminating the cause. But many cases of sleep deprivation or chronic sleep loss may not be caused by sleep problems at all. For these reasons, the scientific evidence of any drug treatment is not conclusive. There are plenty of natural remedies, but only a select few are approved for human use. Some remedies that are not approved are: Acetylcholine (ACh) (also called Norepinephrine), B3 (Benzodiazepines), Bromazepam, Chamomile, Chlorella, Citronella, Deltamethrin, Flumazenil, Garlic (for prevention of acne), Glycerin, Iodine, Ibuprofen, L-Tryptophan, Lysine, Methylphenidate, Methyltryptamine (Methylphenidate), Methylphenidate, Methylprogesterone, N,N-dimethyl-6-phenyl-cyclohexanone, Pyrithiamine, Pycnogenol, Pyridoxine, Red Wine (for depression), Rhodiola rosea, Serenity Prayer, Senna, Senna Oil, Senna (for memory), Senna (for sleep), Senna (for stress), Senna (for stress prevention), Senna (for sleep aids), Senna (for sleep aid), Tryptophan, Valerian Root, Vitex, Ziram, and Zinc (for energy), and a large variety of other herbs and supplements. I'm not aware of any "approved" products that are "approved" for the condition, and this is why it's not recommended for people with sleep problems to take them unless they have a real reason.