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9/26/12 9:08 A

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Week One Goals:
1) No tv or other electronics after 8 pm on work nights
2) Set two alarms instead of four, and snooze for a max of thirty minutes
3) No caffeine after 6 pm

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9/26/12 6:12 A

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My Goals:
1) go to bed around the same time each evening
2) aim for approx 7 hours of sleep or more each night
3) limit daily caffeine consumption

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9/25/12 3:02 P

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My Goals:
1) not drinking a lot of water before I go to bed
2) figure out why I am always so tired
3) Not be tired anymore!

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9/25/12 1:40 P

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I started this challenge because I donít have enough sleep, not because I have problems to follow and stay asleep but because I always have problems to go to bed at decent hour.
My goals are:

- going to bed around 11pm each night
- getting up at 6am


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9/24/12 11:08 P

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I have a hard time falling asleep and staying asleep. I work shift work (second shift 1400-2200) and don't get home until 2300 each night. I have trouble unwinding after work.

My goals:

A) establish normal, habitual waking and bedtime hours
B) de-stress/ relax before bed; establish routine.
C) keep track of it all so, I can establish pitfalls.

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9/24/12 1:52 A

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I joined this challenge because I have not been able to sleep straight through the night without waking up every time I have to switch sides. I also have to sleep with my arms straight out or I will have pain in them that will wake me up. It is a good thing I am single because I have to sleep in the middle of my bed to accomplish this.

So anyway, my goals are to:
1. Go to bed around 11:30 each night.
2. Keep a daily journal of my sleeping habits.
3. Practice 1 relaxation technique 3x a wk.


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9/23/12 7:37 P

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I joined this challenge because, probably like everyone else here, I have a hard time getting a good night's sleep.

My goals are to:

a) Go to bed around the same time each night.
b) Sleep 7-8 hours per night.
c) Sleep through the night.

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9/23/12 6:58 P

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My goals:

1. Sleep at least 6 hours straight working up to 8 hours.
2. Establish a bedtime routine
3. Not eating after 7pm
4. Get up on weekend same as i do during the week.

So far, I am having a slow start, but I will get there.

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9/23/12 10:13 A

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Finished week one and learned that I may need to continue pain medication at bedtime, especially if I have an active day; eat before 7 pm or if I must eat after, then eat light. My goal for this week is to establish a bedtime routine of stretching, brushing teeth and taking my meds.

Everyone--sleep well!!!! emoticon

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9/23/12 6:47 A

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Sleep Challenge Goals:

1. Get no less then 8 hours of sleep each night.
2. Wake up the same time every day.
3. Learn sleep techniques to help me not toss and turn so much during the night.

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9/22/12 2:50 P

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I actually slept for 6 hours last night which is probably the longest I have slept for some time. So far feeling pretty awake.

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9/21/12 11:58 P

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Goals:
1. Go to bed by 10:00 pm.
2. Wake up by 5:00 am.
3. Journal daily (not doing so good in this department)
4. Try to relax before bedtime.


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9/21/12 8:25 A

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1. Go to bed by 10 pm.
2. Wake up at 6 am.
3. Journal daily.
4. Try relaxation techniques before bed @ least 3 times a week.

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9/20/12 4:32 P

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1. Make a list the night before of what needs done the next day (make it realistic)
2. No dishes, housework or work past 8:00pm -- only family stuff
3. Keep a consistent bedtime 10:30-11pm
4. Keep a consistent wakeup 5:30-6am

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9/20/12 2:54 P

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My goal is to adhere to the following bedtime routine:

1. No computer or t.v. after 9:30 pm.
2. 30 minutes rest and relaxation from 9:30 - 10:00 pm.
3. Wash up and prepare for bed from 10:00 - 10:30 pm.
4. IN BED by 10:30 pm.


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Seeing some of my sleep issues, I have set the following goals:

1. Start going to bed at 10:30 each night.
2. Stop drinking anything after 9 to keep from waking up at night.
3. Bath and book before bed each night for relaxation.
4. Get at least 8 hours every night.

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9/19/12 2:50 P

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My goals are to lay down to bed 9-8.5 hours before my alarm is set to go off and to keep a sleep journal at least 5 nights a week.

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9/18/12 2:32 A

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My goals are to start going to bed and waking up at the same time everyday and night. I usually get to sleep way too late, and then can hardly wake up in the morning.
Also I'm going to start keeping a sleep journal to find any patterns that may be making it hard to fall asleep.

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9/16/12 12:46 P

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I just joined this challenge, because my work schedule is all over the place, so I don't really have a set schedule for sleep. I'm usually very tired during the day, but find that it is hard for me to go to sleep at a decent time at night. I had actually started writing down the time's that I go to bed and get up in the morning last week, before I found out about this challenge.

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9/16/12 9:36 A

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Joined the challenge on Thursday and just completed 3d journal entry. Here are my goals based on what the journal is telling me -

1. Take aspirin after working out on elliptical to see if that prevents "arthur" from taking residence in my hip at night.
2. Do NOT drink coffee or iced tea (already gave up all coke including diet) after 3p.m. (move back from 6 p.m. - 6 is too late).


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9/16/12 2:43 A

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On 9/13, my first day, I wrote of how great I felt after a night's sleep. I normally do not get enough sleep. A couple of hours after I wrote in this discussion, I was so tired by 8:30 a.m. that I had to lay down. I woke up at 7:30 p.m. when I daughter called me. This is really so disheartening. Everyday since I have had problems resting because of anxiety.

Those who make the worst use of their time are the first to complain of its shortness. --Jean de la Bruyere


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9/15/12 3:22 P

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My goal is to be in bed 9pm everyday and to be up before 5am for a 40 mins workout. I hope this helps

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9/15/12 10:21 A

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I'm new to the team and want to improve my sleep because it maybe why I am struggling to lose 15 stubborn pounds. I'm in bed for 7 1/2 to 8 hours but often only get 6-7 hours sleep. So my goal this week is to start a bedtime routine beginning at 9 and wake up at 5. I plan to relax in my spa and/or read for 30 min before I go to bed.

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9/14/12 12:18 P

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My challenge goal is to create better habits that would help me not only to sleep better but to feel better. I struggle when it comes to sleep and have for years. I have started doing my sleep journal and have already found that I do have some bad habits.

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9/13/12 10:38 P

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Hi, my name is Keri. My problem right now with sleep is...after my daughter goes off to school, i go back to sleep. I am unemployed right now. We get up between 530-6am(well at least I do, she is 13 so its hard to get her up, lol.) So, when she goes out the door, I go back to bed. No matter how hard I try to stay awake I can't. Then at night, I am wide awake and don't sleep well. I am going to do my best to stop this routine so when I am able to find a job, I will be able to just go to work and be in a routine.

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9/13/12 8:17 A

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I feel better this morning because I slept better than I have in a while. I didn't sleep the full night because I kept waking up. Each time I was able to go back to sleep which, to me, is the important thing.

Those who make the worst use of their time are the first to complain of its shortness. --Jean de la Bruyere


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9/13/12 12:42 A

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Go to bed earlier and avoid napping after work. The challenge is, I fell like I will miss something if I go to bed earlier and my internal clock is set at 5 hours so I autowake earlier if in bed earlier. My goal is trying to set a pattern even on weekends as I tend to get to a late eve nightshift and off schedule on the weekend.

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9/12/12 10:39 P

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My issue is not being able to wind down & go to sleep. I spend time helping everyone else wind down, like reading at tuck in, but I don't do anything for myself. I find that once it's quiet, I want to play "catch up" on things for work, which only leads to me being more wound up & less able to relax/fall asleep. By the time I physically can't keep my eyes open, it's almost time to wake up. emoticon I read a lot of posts about meditation on here and that interests me, so my weekly goal is to find something that will help me learn to meditate properly (I can just see it now...it's quiet, I'm getting in a meditative state, then *squirrel!*I start a new to-do list!) I thought I'd check into a cd or dvd. If anyone has a suggestion, I'm open to hearing it!

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9/12/12 8:58 P

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It's been a while since i am having difficulty sleeping and I am happy to join this challenge.
For the next 4 weeks I will learn to develop a sleep pattern in bed at 10:30 and up at 6:30, warm milk or a book before bed. I will try my best to stay motivated

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9/12/12 7:35 P

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not getting too much sleep is my goal

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9/12/12 1:20 P

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I forgot to put up my goals during my first week, so here it is... :)

I usually can fall asleep pretty easily, but my issue is not getting to sleep early enough to get ENOUGH sleep. So, my goal during this challenge is to try and get a good, relaxing bedtime routing set-up that I can follow fairly consistently and try to make sure I carve out enough time to get at least 7 hours of sleep a night.

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9/12/12 2:38 A

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Hello everyon. My name is Bettie. I am joining this group to better control my sleep habits. I plan to start this week with a diary to record how I sleep each night. From this I hope I can discover what I can do to get better sleep.

Those who make the worst use of their time are the first to complain of its shortness. --Jean de la Bruyere


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9/11/12 1:42 P

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My goal is to put my phone on silent and turn the TV off when I get into bed. Hopefully less distraction and stimulation will help me fall asleep without having to take different drugs every night. It doesn't feel healthy!

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9/11/12 12:16 P

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My week 1 goals are as follows:
1.) Make a sleep schedule (bedtime/wake up time)
2.) Stick to this schedule with no cheating what so ever, meaning no utilizing the snooze button and no staying up later than I should
3.) Start a sleep diary and use it daily

I hope that I'm not trying to do to much in week 1 but we'll soon find out!

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My week1 goals are: practice meditation each evening; and tv and computer off by 9 pm.






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9/10/12 11:59 P

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My goal is to get up after the alarm goes off once. No hitting the SNOOZE. Anymore.

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9/10/12 4:23 A

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I am going to really stick to it this time! My goal is to get in to a routine of going to bed at a certain time and getting up early. I am always up late and feeling awful.

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1. To get up when the alarm goes off.
2. To wean myself off sleeping upright in the recliner (I have to do this when my allergies are REALLY bad, but it has become a habit)
3. To stay off computer for 30 minutes before bed.



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9/9/12 11:23 A

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I have the worst time keeping a consistent bedtime routine, waking up at the same time every day, and sleeping through the night. Stress, the lure of the shiny computer, worry, 'just one more chapter', being overtired, etc etc all lead to inconsistent, incomplete sleep. I used to thrive on 9 hours a night, now I'm lucky to get the minimum recommended 7, and I have no idea how to consistently get 8. Normally I'm 5-6 hours of sleep.
Now, I'm a night owl, more awake & alert in the evening and night hours. Going to bed before 11 is something I do when I'm sick. I'm much more likely to get into bed around midnight or 1 am. Yet I have to get up early enough to go to work, and I want to exercise in the morning too!
Mornings are slow processes, always have been (I can still hear my mother telling me to hurry up and get dressed as I had to leave for school in 5 minutes, I'd not had breakfast yet, and all I had on was a sock - and I'd been awake for an hour!), so in order to get ready I need at least an hour. Preferably two.
I've heard you can learn to be more of a morning person. I doubt I will ever embrace mornings like my mother does, or some of my friends, but I would dearly love to have a bedtime routine, regular 7 hour nights, and consistent wake-up times in the morning that leave me with the time I need to get going in the early daylight hours. Hopefully this challenge will help me realize that goal - like the exercise challenges have helped me make exercising a regular routine for me.

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9/9/12 10:42 A

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1. Exercise during the day
2. Start relaxing about 9:30 p.m
3. Go to bed on time at 10:00 p.m.



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9/9/12 1:46 A

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Week One Goals:

1. Go to bed by 1pm
2. Limit Caffeine to AM only (including chocolate).
3. Set alarm for 11am.
4. Exercise immediately, sets or walk to mailbox.
5. Exercise water aerobics once a week.

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9/8/12 7:45 P

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My 3 Goals:

1. Go to bed by 11p on weekdays, 1a on weekends.
2. Wake up without using the snooze button.
3. Get at least 7 hours of sleep each night.

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9/8/12 3:57 P

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Here are the 3 goals I'd like to work on:

1. Get up without using the snooze feature.
2. Get at least 8 hours of sleep each night.
3. Get up at a set time on weekends instead of sleeping in.


Edited by: MYTIME75 at: 9/9/2012 (11:31)
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9/8/12 10:52 A

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Here are my three goals:
1. Go to bed slightly later. (I know this seems counter-intuitive, but my sleep problems aren't really about getting enough sleep. I sleep enough hours, but the quality of sleep is bad! After tracking for a week, I find that when I go to bed slightly later, I am less hungry the next day and sleep better. Guess I was going to bed too early.)
2. Remember to take my pain medication at dinner. (When I take it at the wrong time, or not at all, it definitely affects my quality of sleep!)
3. Have one cup of black tea in the morning every day. (I sleep better when I get a little caffeine in the morning.)

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9/6/12 1:49 P

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My goals are:
1) To be in bed by 10:30pm during the work week and by 11:30pm on weekends.
2) Get up when my first alarm goes off at 5:30am during the work week and at 7:30am on weekends.


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My goal is to change from being a night owl to a early bird and get at least 8 hours of sleep.

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9/4/12 3:02 A

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My goal is to wake up at a consistent time each morning.

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My goal for this week is to find out if congestion might be part of the sleep problem. I will only take an anti mucus pill at bed time.
I will keep a sleeping pill on my bed stand, but not take it if not needed.



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9/3/12 8:57 A

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My goals for the Official Better Sleep Challenge:
Why I joined this challenge? I work nights. I allowed my life, stressors, everything to affect my sleep in such a way that I was going days without sleeping or getting 4 hours, at most. It was affecting my health physically and emotionally.
What are my goals?
-Sleep 6-8 hours a day.
-Maintain a day-sleeping schedule unless something TRULY is going on to change it.
-Find a 'bedtime routine.'


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9/2/12 10:13 P

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I'm restarting the challenge after some time away from Sparkpeople.

My goals for this next week are:
~establishing a more calming bedtime routine
~stop looking at computers/tvs/anything that emits that kind of light at least 30 minutes before bed (a real challenge for a grad student)
~bed by 11, 11:30 at the latest
~get up in the morning without hitting snooze (one of my fastbreak goals anyway)

It's hard to get too specific, because I'm not really noticing any patterns in my sleep journal that might be making me not sleep well. We'll see how this goes!

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