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Sleep Well!

Monday, April 14, 2014

Not sure why but I can't seem to get enough sleep lately. Or phrased another way, I don't want to get up in the morning lately. It doesn't seem to matter if I stay up late or hit the hay early, I could stay in bed til noon. Because I work full-time and have commitments on the weekends I never actually do sleep until noon but boy is it tempting. This is all quite unusual for me as I typically require less sleep than most people I know.

I've been wondering if it's related to Seasonal Affective Disorder, cuz one thing I know for sure is that I am sick to death of Winter!
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  • v FT4EVR
    I hear ya! I don't ever sleep in either but I have been feeling the sleep issue too. Yes, let's blame winter! We just got 18 inches of snow yesterday! Hope it didn't head your way!
    860 days ago
  • v DEBADEAU
    Blame it on Winter. I've been blaming everything on it lately. The important thing is you are getting out of bed, even on the weekends! Don't let the mind take over the body ;)
    861 days ago
  • v GORIANA
    I was having the same trouble and my doctor suggested keeping a cool room. I've been turning on the fan lately and that seems to help....also I joined the sleep challenge on sp. Maybe that will help too. Good luck.
    861 days ago
  • v SALGUOD2
    I know this lst week I have felt the same
    862 days ago
  • v EJB2801
    Maybe you are experiencing the accumulation of stress? Do you find that you are unusuallyfatigued at times of the day other than when you are waking up? That might indicate that there is a physical need underlaying the tiredness. Maybe you need some "margin days" during which your calendar and to-do list can be ignored.

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    862 days ago
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