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Saturday, August 29, 2009

Before I joined SP I had a very difficult time getting to sleep. Every morning I had the hardest time getting out of bed. I would press the snooze button at least twice. NOT ANYMORE. I have cut back on the coffee. One cup instead of two. I am walking and lovin it. Exercising and l like it...not there yet. It feels good to get to sleep without tossing and turning and wake up feeling refreshed. I attribute it to my new lifestyle and my new choices. Thanks SP!!
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    I'm still working on the sleep thing. It's good to hear that the tossing and turning can be overcome! Good job!
    3182 days ago
  • CARMEL466
    I have the problem of not getting enough sleep also. When I was younger, it didn't effect me to much. Now, I am feeling the effects of sleepless nights. When I go back to the doctor in October, I will request a sleep apnea test. I'm so happy that you are doing better with your sleep. Congratulations!
    3187 days ago
    I was told in a psychology class that I took one time that that are some people that just don't need the normal amount of sleep. And there are some people that need a whole lot more. The majority of my family, especially women, need only about 3-4 hours per day. And most of us work about 60-70 hours per week also, have kids, got to school, etc. We are all very driven. I know that if I get more than 5 hours, I feel like I've been beat up. We are the anomoly. I just consider it a great way of enjoying what I've got, more.
    3187 days ago
  • MCCALI59
    I cannot believe that there are so many people that have my sleep problem. For most of my life I thought I was the only one. I talk to many people and they say that they have to have at least 8 or9 hours of sleep. If I get more than 3 hours I think I died. I do not know the answer and I am running out of time. emoticon emoticon
    3187 days ago
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