i can’t sleep well for about 3 or 5 years now i don’t even remember,if i have sth to do like study on thenext day i can’t sleep on night so i stay awake go study then come back home to sleep without mentioning that i stay completly diconnected in class nd that’s affecting me alot in class nd cuz of the time i waste sleeping while i can do other useful stuff nd even if i don’t have study i keep thing on stupide stuff all night untill 3 or 4 of the morning nd then sleep till lunch of the next day 3 months ago
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I haven’t been sleeping properly since I was about 9. Now it’s to the point where I’ll get 4 hours of sleep and have a pounding heachache most of the day because of my irregular schedule as a kid I never really got into regular routine. My mom threatened to put me on sleeping pills when I was 11. 4 months ago
Talked to my doctor. She ordered a sleep study, which resulted in my getting a cpap. This has helped immensely!!! Although I do have some issues with my mouth drying out (even when I sleep with my mouth closed… go figure) I have adjusted well to the cpap, and I am sleeping MUCH better, and dreaming WAY more!!! 4 months ago
I found that reading a book while trying to sleep is a good method. It works for, at least. I drift into a nice deep sleep mid-read. :) I reccomend it. 6 months ago
I went for a massage today and really had the feeling I was in good hands. The lady from the massage place thinks that the tightness in my shoulders and my calves would definitely influence my sleeping and that I wouldn’t be able to sleep deeply and wake up exhausted. Hopefully, she is right and sleeping better is so easy. Unfortunately, she didn’t get all the tightness out, but maybe it’s a first step. 6 months ago
I’m not sleeping well. I really need to sleep and rest to boost my energy. It’s hard to study when you I feel sleepy throughout the day. My brain just won’t work, it’s not receptive. I’ve recently quit smoking (now it’s 3 weeks) after having smoked for 2-3 months. Could it be a withdrawal symptom? Also, It takes me at least half an hour on average to fall asleep. I live with 3 heavy smokers, so there’s always smoke coming into my room. Can passive smoking be related to poor sleep? Any tips? Suggestions? 6 months ago
any sleep aids for this anymore as I have a newborn. I go to sleep at a set time most times with no tv or pc. I’m usually sleeping before I know it. Can’t say I feel refreshed in the morning but I am learning to operate efficiently on less sleep. Watch out if I get an extra hours here or there. 8 months ago
I haven’t slept well for a couple of months now, waking up every hour or so. I’m also having trouble falling asleep at the beginning of the night. Sleep problems are a new one for me, especially since I went just over 6 years without a full night’s sleep thanks to babies and young children. (I’m a bit afraid I struck a deal with the devil in the middle of some sleep deprived night that’s now coming back to haunt me!) maybe this is my new normal now that I’ve had almost 4 years to catch up on my sleep.
I can’t rely on meds to help me as my husband travels a great deal and I don’t want to be conked out if my children need me in the middle of the night. I think my first step is going to be consistent wake/sleep times. Bed at 10:45, up at 6:50, even on weekends. 12 months ago