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Not getting enough every night like I should but I do even it out over the week.... don't think you can cheat on sleep. though
I might try to do this.
I have sleep apnea but wear a CPAP at night but I still nod off to sleep during the day time. I don't like to sleep so much. I hope to find a solution for this problem.
Great advice. The importance of sleep is often overlooked!
Good advice. I have a sleep tracker, but unless I wear my watch to bed, which is uncomfortable, it is inaccurate.
Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy. - Anne Frank ~ 1/22/18
Great info. Thanks
Having a fitness tracker--does this step for you.
I hope starting the sleep diary again helps. Sleeping 3.5 to 4 hours has gotten real old.
I sleep pretty well but I do have a least two bad nights of sleep a week. Maybe I should keep a sleep diary
I've never kept any kind of a journal but I'm going to keep my first on now.
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