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Sleep medication for anxiety fits?

Bonjour kind sir or madame,

I was wondering if you could recommend me a sleeping drug for the insomnia I am experiencing. My insomnia is peculiar in that I rarely get it. I only get it the night before something important like a exam, but when I do get it, it's overwhelming I'm doing badly on things like exams because of it. Ideally I'm looking for something that will straight knock me out for 7 hours but won't leave me tired the next day for my exam.

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It's something called the exam fever. . Make sure you do not take excessive coffee or caffeine in any form, especially 4 hours before you plan to sleep. And do not take any sleeping pills ever, especially without the doctor's advise  as even a single use  an create complications for you in future.A mild relaxant may be helpful such as green tea. And in addition you can use a herb called  Valeriana wallichii (bronopol), one or two capsules a day,  a mild relaxant you can use to relieve your sleep disorder.
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You should not take sleeping pills without your doctors advice. Talk to your doctor and get prescribed medication, try to improve your diet and don't take caffeine.
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