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    Or do the running!

    You'll be knackered that's gotta help.
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    Have a niiiice cuppa tea and read a good book love, and you'll do just fiiiiine.

    *Repeat in a Derby/Northern accent*
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    What I've found helps is to pull an all nighter.. you'll be so knackered you'll sleep the next night at an early time and you can get into a routine easier.

    Failing that, there's herbal tablets that you could try...
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    well another night and still couldnt sleep though i actuall gotup this morning however now im relying on pro plus to get me started :rolleyes:
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    I'm with the sleeping tablets, during my first year at uni I had chronic problems getting to sleep, I was awake til 5 in the morning every night. I went and got some Nytol and was a bit wary about relying on them, but if you take them about an hour before you want to go to bed then they should make u nod off very quickly. and because you wake up earlier the next morning as u went to sleep earlier, you should find that gradually your normal sleeping pattern should return.
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    (Original post by veryjammy)
    I'm with the sleeping tablets, during my first year at uni I had chronic problems getting to sleep, I was awake til 5 in the morning every night. I went and got some Nytol and was a bit wary about relying on them, but if you take them about an hour before you want to go to bed then they should make u nod off very quickly. and because you wake up earlier the next morning as u went to sleep earlier, you should find that gradually your normal sleeping pattern should return.
    the fact im skint doesnt help lol but i get paid tomorrow and il give it a blast
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    I have trouble sleeping most nights.These are things I do:

    -Go for a walk during the day.About an hour should do it..so get off the bus/train/tube a few stops early and walk home.I'm always very tired come bedtime if I do that.
    -Burn a vanilla incense stick.
    -Take a hot bath about an hour before bedtime.
    -Drink warm milk and eat something small like a cookie about half an hour before you want to sleep.
    -Make your bed as comfortable as possible.
    -I find that playing music or having my TV on on very low volume helps me drop off.

    Hope this helps.x
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    or you can just lie in the dark, talkin on the phone, or play playstation, i did that last night and my head just snapped back and hit the chairhead :O
 
 
 
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