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|09-05-2011, 01:24 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Columbia MO
Blog Entries: 3
Probasin has been a giant help for nightmares!
My psych doc has been treating PTSD at the VA, evidently many many of the vets from Iraq and Afghanistan are coming back with bad nightmares.
They found probasins anti nighmare properties by accident, it is a high blood preesure med but per my doc the results on nightmare have been nothing short of amazing.
I used to have multiple nighmares a night several times a week, when I first went on antidepressants it greatly reduced the nightmares for the first couple years but then they came back stronger and stronger.
2mg of probasin a night and no nightmares EVER!
Hope this is beneficial to other nightmare sufferers out there.
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