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    (Original post by That Bearded Man)
    Why EXACTLY are you being such an *******?
    What in my post has warranted such a description? I don't even know what you wrote...

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    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    What in my post has warranted such a description? I don't even know what you wrote...

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    (Original post by That Bearded Man)
    Why EXACTLY are you being such an *******?
    It's fine guys
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    **** it, your life is so miserable just spend your whole life in bed. I feel sorry for people to have to associate with you in person.
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    Sleeping pills.

    If one doesn't do the trick try the whole packet
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    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    What in my post has warranted such a description? I don't even know what you wrote...

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    It's not to me, to the OP. Students come on here for advice from other students, I think it's reasonable to assume that not everyone who posts up a sad story is an attention-seeking troll. Nor did you have to belittle him about it - why should it matter to you.

    Even after the smoke cleared you decided to assume that he wouldn't listen to the advise. Whatever thrill you got from that........
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    (Original post by That Bearded Man)
    It's not to me, to the OP. Students come on here for advice from other students, I think it's reasonable to assume that not everyone who posts up a sad story is an attention-seeking troll. Nor did you have to belittle him about it - why should it matter to you.

    Even after the smoke cleared you decided to assume that he wouldn't listen to the advise. Whatever thrill you got from that........
    If you've noticed, I did suggest something already but as far as I'm aware, he doesn't listen to anyone's honest or helpful advice. This is why I'm not very hopeful.

    And even then, what did I say that warranted what you said?

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    (Original post by christopher23)
    Sleeping pills.

    If one doesn't do the trick try the whole packet
    That's not going to help in the long run, eventually he wouldn't be able to fall asleep unless he uses them.

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    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    If you've noticed, I did suggest something already but as far as I'm aware, he doesn't listen to anyone's honest or helpful advice. This is why I'm not very hopeful.

    And even then, what did I say that warranted what you said?

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    Yeah alright - you did try and give some productive advice so it was unfair to say that. Although you only gave OP like 3 hours
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    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    That's not going to help in the long run, eventually he wouldn't be able to fall asleep unless he uses them.

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    That is the worst case scenario.

    Use a pill for a couple of nights to get you back into your normal routine. Getting hooked on sleeping pills is most likely down to people abusing them.
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    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    Dude, TL;DR. But it seems you've got some good points there. Points I can almost guarantee OP will completely disregard while still complaining about everything else wrong in his life.

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    No I'm not going to disregard them, stop assuming things. I have taken all the advice on this thread into account. I can relate to a lot of this post. I have fixed my sleeping pattern before, only for it to be ****ed again within a week or two.

    Your gym point was a good one. I do feeling tired after the gym. I have been a few times at 8-9pm and afterwards, I have slept quite well. The problem with this is that the gym is packed full of knobheads hogging all the equipment at this time. I don't want to have to keep going up to everyone and asking "excuse me, how many sets do you have left?" or "is it possible for me to work in with you?". That stresses me out and leaves me in a bad mood. I like to go to the gym at a less busy time of the day.
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    (Original post by christopher23)
    Sleeping pills.

    If one doesn't do the trick try the whole packet
    where can i get sleeping pills? i remember taking night nurse and that did **** all to help me get to sleep. the whole packet, that sounds like a bad idea.
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    (Original post by Bassetts)
    where can i get sleeping pills? i remember taking night nurse and that did **** all to help me get to sleep. the whole packet, that sounds like a bad idea.
    Lol you can try another over the shelf product, you can get some from places like tesco and sainsburys.
    Yeah, dont take the whole packet.
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    (Original post by martin jol)
    getting laid helps
    does it? how does it help?
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    i got about 2 hours sleep last night. i have lectures in the morning and a tutorial class in the early afternoon. i will stay awake until about 7-8pm then i will go to bed. lets do this. :dumbells:
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    it's getting tough. :yawn: i feel like going to bed but i must stay up for 4-5 hours more.
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    I was diagnosed with delayed sleep-phase syndrome/disorder clicky! I've been taking Agomelatine (25mg) for 3 months now and it's worked wonders. I fall asleep about 11PM and wake up at 8AM every day like clockwork.
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    (Original post by Dopamine Dreams)
    I was diagnosed with delayed sleep-phase syndrome/disorder clicky! I've been taking Agomelatine (25mg) for 3 months now and it's worked wonders. I fall asleep about 11PM and wake up at 8AM every day like clockwork.
    :eek: I think I suffer from this condition. 'otherwise DSPD is a lifelong condition' it might be lifelong for me, I am no longer an adolescent at 23 years old.
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    Try working night shifts and not being able to tell wherever today is Wednesday or Thursday :teehee:
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    (Original post by Bassetts)
    does it? how does it help?
    based on the amount you post about virginity and sex, it's clearly something you are very anxious about. getting laid would significantly diminish this anxiety. less anxiety = better sleep.
 
 
 
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