Sleep #8

Sunday, April 28, 2013

What time did you wake up today? 7:50, though I kind of woke up at 7. Laid in bed until a little after 8.
What time are you lying down to go to sleep? 10:00
What, if any, was your bedtime routine? writing notes for this week for therapy, listening to music
What were the last food(s) you consumed tonight? lasagna at 7ish
Did you exercise today? nope
Did you consume any alcoholic beverages today? nope
Did you consume any caffeinated drinks or foods today? nope
Did you take any medications? no ADHD meds
Did you take any naps today? ha, I TRIED but was interrupted by husband eating Chex Mix loudly...
What types of stressors did you encounter today, and what types do you expect to encounter tomorrow? rehearsal-I just didn't wanna!
How hungry did you feel today? (1- Not hungry, 2- Normal hunger, 3- Strong hunger, 4- Extreme hunger) 2
How awake did you feel today? (1- Exhausted, 2- Somewhat tired, 3- Fairly alert, 4- Wide awake) 1.5
How irritable did you feel today? (1- Calm, 2- Slightly annoyed, 3- Moderately irritable, 4- Highly irritable) 2
How long did it take you to fall asleep last night? 15 minutes?
How many times did you wake up during the night?.. at least twice, probably more
In total, how many hours did you sleep last night? 7.5
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    Well, yesterday was not a really good day. Do you think that's why you woke during the night?? I know if I had a rough day, I wake up more. I know when I did the 30 day sleep challenge, it helped me change some things. I used to sleep with the tv on and sound off, now I turn it off. Keep up with the sleep blogging and making changes. It will help some. I am thinking of doing another challenge, to make further changes. I love SP!! emoticon
    1755 days ago
    Over a week of blogging daily about your sleep...

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