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I was informally diagnosed (through diagnosis of my child) approximately 7 years ago with aspergers syndrome. I've had difficulty sleeping through the night for several years, although approximately years ago a neurologist put me on 50 mg Pamelor, 1 per day, to be taken before bed. The pamelor works, but I don't like the photosensitivity aspect of it and would like to attempt a non-chemical (or perhaps a different chemical) solution.
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In aspergers syndrome there may be sleep disturbance and different types of sleep problem.
Nortriptyline (pamelor) can make skin more sensitive to sunlight and sunburn may result. Use a sunscreen (minimum SPF 15) and wear protective clothing if going out in the sun.

See below link, hope it will help you:
http://homeremediesforyou.com/Depression
Consult your doctor before discontinuing your medicine.
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