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HI LayneTX, When you said you took your armour at 12:30am did you mean in the middle of the night? If so I'm not surprised you woke up and couldn't get back to sleep. Armour contains T3 which acts like kick up the backside to your metabolism it working. Try taking half yoour dsily dose when you wake up and half 6-8 hours later. My underdtanding of what people mean when they say they take their thyroid meds at night, is that they take thyroxine at night - which only contains T4 and doesn't have the kickstart effect. (I'm sure there is a medical term for kickstart!)