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... Most of my life I have had difficulty getting out of bed in the morning and as a consequence I was always late for school, which then turned into being late for work and just recently I was fired for my lateness. ... (2 replies)
... ou are good on you vitamins and nutrition then you need to look into a sleep disorder.. something is resulting in fatigue and poor sleep quality resulting in the difficulty waking. ... (6 replies)
... This is an interesting idea that I haven't thought about. Now that I am, I can relate several "undiagnosed" health problems to lack of sleep from a disorder. Definitely my random bouts of tachycardia. ... (13 replies)

Sleep Difficulty
Nov 26, 2011
... not sure why. I'm getting only about 2 nights a week of decent sleep. Stress levels just not high enough that my sleeping should be affected. I do not take naps during the day and I'm out of bed fairly early. ... (2 replies)
... Do you still wake up in the middle of the nite? ... (40 replies)
... alcohol, fatigue, persistent infections, low immune function, most energetic in the evening, terrible time getting out of bed in the morning, sore throats, vomiting sensation when I exercise, social isolation, trouble concentrating, impaired vision, trouble speaking, forgetting names. ... (11 replies)
... Not sure this would be classified as a sleep disorder but I have had a lifelong problem of getting out of bed in the morning without feeling drained, depressed, and generally very lacking in energy. ... (2 replies)
... I just turned 40 years old, and the greatest gift was to finally be able to breathe normally. It has taken me almost half my life to figure out that I had sleep apnea and a deviated septum, including the last few years working on the proper solutions. ... (3 replies)
... We are newlyweds, so since getting married I find that my waking hours are spiraling downwards. At worst of times I feel like I am walking with a fog around my mind all day. ... (0 replies)
... I do sleep with my window open too, and the fan on top of it. We get fresh air right from the ocean breeze that comes right up our street. ... (40 replies)
... I got myself a fan with a remote control as a gift...what a great gift. I keep mine on until I get up to go to the bathroom, or wake up cold. Just the push of a button right by my bed is all I need to turn it on, off, or up and down in speed. ... (40 replies)
... Gosh, I am so sorry you have gone through so much while getting adapted to your machine. I have to say, I did mine in fits and starts... ... (19 replies)
... hours, now when I wake up I don't really feel full of energy and happy, I'm usually the opposite. ... (0 replies)
... C. Of course now my energy bills are getting higher so I want to try and solve the problem once and for all. ... (3 replies)
... or dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system. ... (9 replies)
... I am having a very hard time waking up in the morning. At first it was just getting up for work, now its even on the weekends and my days off. ... (3 replies)
... Bethsheba knows I bite if I see my name stuck here or there.. so this is my take on a few of your posts. ... (15 replies)
Oversleeping
Nov 10, 2008
... I had mono when I was 18, and all through college I suffered from the same types of issues as yourself. ... (11 replies)
... but sonata is one of the newest sleep aids on the market and sonata is unique among other sedatives in the speed and short duration of its affect. Most people using Sonata fall asleep within 20 minutes and the affects of the drug last only an hour. ... (4 replies)




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