I am not tired and haven’t slept for a day

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what do I do?
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chamomile tea
or take medication, not recommended
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chamomile tea
or take medication, not recommended
amitriptyline works sometimes not all the time
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amitriptyline works sometimes not all the time
maybe youre stressed?
i hate not being able to sleep too
worst thing ever
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Nothing. You will fall asleep eventually. Staying up for a night won't kill you.
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for short term benefit a sedative anti-histamine might work, pending any contraindictions with current medications, that being said speaking to a GP first would be advised.

otherwise, attempt to set a regular sleeping pattern both going to sleep and waking, cut out devices at least an hour before bed and remove them from bedroom if at all possible. and don't oversleep
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maybe youre stressed?
i hate not being able to sleep too
worst thing ever
I am not stressed, theres nothing to stress about. For the past few days I have slept and woke up but remained in bed, can’t be bothered doing anything.
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When it becomes a couple of days its a problem. This is the second night.
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When it becomes a couple of days its a problem. This is the second night.
I wouldn't worry about 2 nights either, personally, but you know yourself best and if you think it's becoming a problem, the sensible thing to do would be to get professional advice if things that usually help you sleep aren't working.
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what do I do?
This has happened to me before. I was awake for 2 days and 20 hrs before i fell asleep. To fall asleep, I just took a hot bath for 45 min and listened to some peaceful music (well I had Vienna by Ultravox on repeat haha). Then I got out basically ready to sleep but i didn’t wanna feel jittery again so i turned on my lamp, put my tv on but low volume (on a cartoon) and finally put on some ambient rain from YouTube you know the ASMR type. Changed my bedsheets and finally jumped into bed and within about another 30 mins i dosed off. I thought it wasn’t working for the first 20 min but it eventually did happen
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Methamphetamine would be great
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There's no need to do anything if you have not slept for a few days and are eating normally without feeling tired or in any pain.
Read books, study, do some light exercise, watch dvds or the tv, listen to music, .
But if it goes on for longer than a week and you are not sleeping at all, you may be suffering from a sleep disorder or struggling to cope with intense trauma/stress.
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It's actually normal. Humans tend to be happy the first night but every subsequent night after you'll feel tired af
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