Right, **** this, I've broken out the sleeping tablets.
Why am I sleeping so much? Watch
- 22-12-2010 04:56
- 22-12-2010 05:03
i need some of those
- 22-12-2010 05:14
Damn, I can feel them working now ...
- 22-12-2010 05:29
People suffering from a depression have typically problems falling asleep and getting up early.
- 22-12-2010 05:32
I fell asleep at 10pm last night, I woke up at 2am. My sleeping patterns haven't been normal for almost a year I'd say. So sleeping at the 'right time' all depends on what the 'right time' for you is. You simply need to work this out. Please don't rely on sleeping tablets, they should only be taken as a last resort and I can guarantee you haven't tried every other alternative available to you. Seeing a doctor if it continues for more than a week or so is far more advisable than heading straight to the pills, which unfortunately you have done.
The fact you took them at what appears to be 15-20 minutes ago isn't going to help your situation really, is it?
- 22-12-2010 05:34
Totally the same! I went to sleep at 11pm last night, woke up at 2:30am, went back to sleep at 9am then woke up at 2:30pm It's 4:30am and I'm still awake with no sleep, fml!
PS All nighters won't work unless you have the proper will power, it kills me to stay awake until 2pm!
- 22-12-2010 05:39
I recommend getting up with only an hour or two's sleep. You'll feel crap for a day but then fine there on.
Don't then go and have a nap for two hours because you'll end up still not being able to sleep.
I always do this on the last day of holidays(or sometimes the day before if I have a lot of coursework). Usually works.
It's horrible still being up at 6 AM and having to get up at 7:30 .
- 22-12-2010 15:32