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SP Official Better Sleep Challenge Journal, Day 3, A.M.


Sunday, July 07, 2013

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1. It took me-- no kidding-- five torturous hours to fall asleep last night. emoticon

2. I fell asleep around 4:30 a.m., and awoke at 6:20 a.m; couldn't fall back to sleep, so I just gave in and made my morning tea.

3. In total, I slept almost two measly hours last night. emoticon
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MEDDYPEDDY 7/8/2013 1:53AM

    I do think you are great for working with this - addressing something is to me the first step to change... and someties I have to address things for years and years before I find a solution that works for me!

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AJDOVER1 7/7/2013 6:43PM

    Hang in there! You're not alone. I believe it's better to stay in bed and get all the rest you can at night. (there's another theory that if you're not sleeping you should get out of bed, but that doesn't work for me.)

I trust you'll do better. It takes work, though.

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EWL978 7/7/2013 4:28PM

    I don't do much better than that....my problem is when I do fall asleep I only sleep for a couple of hours, wake up for a potty break and don't go back to sleep...that's it for the night. Well, sometimes, I'll doze off for another couple of hours about 5am, and then I'm up at 8am and that's it...4 hours, max. I'm not really tired either...but I do notice that when I'm truly relaxed (watching TV or even playing on the computer) I can doze off in no time.

Don't you just hate that?

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MSLZZY 7/7/2013 4:09PM

    You have a real problem there. Are you taking any medications that could be causing this?

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