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SYDLETZIII
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Somewhere between dreams and reality

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Woke up in middle of the night, which is never a good way to sleep well, then I woke up at 5:35AM, too early too go back to sleep. I am very tired now, I tried to just relax but almost fell back to sleep, coffee is not helping. I am going to take a shower and get ready for work, hopefully that will wake me up. when I get home (11:30AM) I am going to take a nap I need at least 2 hours. emoticon
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  • HABITATVITALITY
    Blessing, you have a short day - getting home before midday. Want to know something... I took coffee out of my diet for a month and my energy was skyrocketing. Then I introduced it back in Nov and after three days all I wanted to do was take nanna-naps every day - I kept getting overcome with a heavy tiredness. I took coffee straight back out of my diet again and no nanna-naps needed since. I LOVE coffee - the highs are great, but the lows a few hours later are just too low for me to continue my relationship with coffee. I am now the biggest black tea, herbal tea, green tea fan ever! Not sure I'll ever re-introduce coffee again now - took me 42 years to work this fact out - the link between me and tiredness and coffee.... Duh !!! emoticon
    1048 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/13/2013 11:05:11 PM
  • SOULFISH80
    Listen to you body and give it what it needs. I am learning to do this, and it's much, much better for me.
    1048 days ago
  • OLGA18
    I felt exactly the same way yesterday though I have no idea why. While I am not a nap person I did take one anyway and I felt so much better. So take that nap and I hope you feel a bit perkier after!
    1049 days ago
  • JAROL7
    I like naps. DO IT!
    1049 days ago
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