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Sleep Journal Day #3

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Last night was not a good night of sleep. I have been sleeping a lot during the day lately, with the headaches it was the only way to get though the day, so that has messed up my sleeping pattern a lot! But, good news is, no headache today! Just feeling slightly groggy. Each day can only get better.

What time did you wake up today? 8:00 am
What time are you lying down to go to sleep? 1:00am
What, if any, was your bedtime routine? Wash face, brush teeth
What were the last food(s) you consumed tonight? hershey's kisses (3) at midnight
Did you exercise today? no :(
Did you consume any alcoholic beverages today? No
Did you consume any caffeinated drinks or foods today? No
Did you take any medications (prescription and/or over-the-counter) today? Yes - Excedrin
Did you take any naps today? Yes - one for 2 hours
What types of stressors did you encounter today, and what types do you expect to encounter tomorrow? Headache, husband got a flat tire, I had to drive out to meet him late at night.
How hungry did you feel today? 2
How awake did you feel today? 1
How irritable did you feel today? 3


How long did it take you to fall asleep last night? 3.5 hours
How many times did you wake up during the night? 2-3 10 mins each
In total, how many hours did you sleep last night? 3 hours

Not a good night at all. I have already taken a nap today, to make up for the lack of sleep last night, but am going to do my best to stay up the rest of the day so that I can try to fall asleep at a decent time tonight.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MEGSFITNESS 1/2/2013 1:16AM

    I think it seems to be working, though... you've gotten steadily longer and less-broken sleep according to the past few entries. Keep it up :) You'll get there.

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