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    I need MORE sleep, I get my 9-10 hours a night but I still fell tired and sick in the morning. Does anyone have any tips on how to get to sleep quicker when going to bed? or Is there any ways that you can have a deeper sleep that makes you feel more awake and recoverd/rejuvenated in the morning?

    I need to sort this out because it might affect my school work.

    Cheers David.
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    (Original post by asdasdagaga)
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    Not clever!
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    Spanking the monkey and going to bed without a loaded gun will actually help get to sleep quicker since one will be more tired.
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    (Original post by Daibhidh)
    I need MORE sleep, I get my 9-10 hours a night but I still fell tired and sick in the morning. Does anyone have any tips on how to get to sleep quicker when going to bed? or Is there any ways that you can have a deeper sleep that makes you feel more awake and recoverd/rejuvenated in the morning?

    I need to sort this out because it might affect my school work.

    Cheers David.
    9-10 hours per night is too much sleep. If I sleep for that long I wake up feeling tired and resembling a pile of sewage. My advice is this: 8hrs sleep and plenty of exercise. Drink water b4 bed and sleep with the window open, fresh air makes all the difference.
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    vodka shot at night, black coffee in the morning
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    Hitting your head with a concrete block. :cool:
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    Loadsa people have got the same problem...espc. me. Its better not to watch tv in bed...dont have coffee afta about 6pm...erm drink hot milk b4 u sleep haha and if u cant sleep wen ur in bed, dont try, get up and do something e.g. read a book and u'll gradually get sleepy :P
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    Go to your doctor, you are having too much sleep and still feeling tired, there could actually be something wrong.
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    A slight change of diet and some exercise
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    I did a sleep project in uni and too much sleep can be just as bad as too little. Th general advice is to get into a pattern. Dont do anything but sleep in your room, Dont eat an hour before bed or drink a caffeinated drink 2 hours before. Particpate inregular exercise but not an hour before you go to bed! Eat healthily and drink more fluids as dehydration can make you groggy and dont let yourself sleep in. Its hell for a few weeks but make tourself wake up and get up at 7/8 am.
    I had to train myself at the start of term every year at uni cause i kept getting bloody morning lectures all the time!
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    (Original post by Daibhidh)
    I need MORE sleep, I get my 9-10 hours a night but I still fell tired and sick in the morning. Does anyone have any tips on how to get to sleep quicker when going to bed? or Is there any ways that you can have a deeper sleep that makes you feel more awake and recoverd/rejuvenated in the morning?

    I need to sort this out because it might affect my school work.

    Cheers David.
    I can tell you now that I get on average around 4 hours sleep. Part of it is that ive never been a good sleeper and that I have so much bloody work to do. Its does affect your schoolwork becuase im so bloody tired all the time.

    This week in particular has been hell. I have literally been tired all week.

    I know this sounds hipocritical but it is so important to get a decent night's sleep. One of the more common things ive found that makes people tired is Iron deficiency. Go see your Gp though.
 
 
 
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