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... I have Fibromyalgia and it really has affected my sleep pattern over the past few months. I have been falling asleep around 3 or 4 in the morning and sleeping until 1 or 2 in the afternoon. It's awful! ... (9 replies)
... Have you tried melatonin or OTC sleep aids like Sominex? ... (6 replies)
... Depression is common in sleep deprived individuals. It is hard to be happy when you have the cruddy sleep vib. Hopefully ther results will be illuminating. How long til your appointment to discuss treatment and the results? ... (6 replies)

... I have some questions regarding sleep disorder symptoms and sleep pattern interruptions I am experiencing. I believe these issues are contributing to some health related problems I have. ... (1 replies)
... How to Improve Your Sleep patterns? ... (0 replies)
... It sounds like you also may have "trained" your body to behave the way it is now. You have to retrain in to fall into a normal sleep pattern. Going without sleep for the period of time you are describing can have serious repercussions in other areas of your life. ... (20 replies)
... and she laid there awake 'till 5 in the morning! Then she finally fell asleep for about two hours. The tech who was doing her test said that that was enought sleep for their purposes. Poor mom, she just doesn't sleep much, hope this tests helps her SOMEHOW! ... (3 replies)
... IF your normally take a sleep aid before bed, they'll have you take it before the test. If you dont, they dont want you to deviate from your "normal" sleep pattern. ... (3 replies)
... hello I need to know any tips that people have on how to get normal sleep pattern going again. I terrible problems getting sleepy at night. ... (1 replies)
... With that foreword being said, my problem lies in my inability to maintain any kind of sleep cycle, and how this is negatively impacting my life. ... (0 replies)
... yes it is def something i want to change, i want to once in my life feel normal as some one who wakes up in morning and sleeps at night at the usual hours. ... (3 replies)
... No idea why it might happen, but I do have a suggestion or two 1. He consults his doctor for a prescription sleep med for a short time, to help him rebuild a normal sleep pattern 2. He tries alternating between melatonin one night and diphenhydramine (Sominex, Nytol, Unisom) the next (3 replies)
... rem or pre sleep stage. Then your body knows there is something wrong and you wake up. and this cycle continues. Cataplexy is a symtom of narcolepsy. ... (1 replies)
... le of months at a time and are by far the worst of the two sets and and the ones I am most concerned about, but seem to go away completely after I have been on a normal sleeping pattern for a couple of weeks in a row. ... (2 replies)
... before the op i could sleep for england.. always felt tired lethargic etc , but thyroid funtion tests always came back normal... since the op though i cant sleep... ... (3 replies)
... it's always taken me a good while to get to sleep as far as I can remember. But since I moved away from home, getting to sleep has become a huge problem. ... (1 replies)
... I started taking this a few months ago. I never really had any sleep problems until I finnished university, started a job and the stresses and strains of real life hit me. ... (0 replies)
... rying to find something to make me not only fall asleep but to stay asleep...I am a 27 year old single mother of 2...I have Fibromyalgia which we all know causes sleep problems...But I have not slept more then 3 hrs a night in almost 9 years. I don't remember what it is to dream anymore...Very depressing... ... (12 replies)
... I thought so too. I quit drinking for a month and then it happened again. But I do admit my sleeping during that time was blissful! :) (34 replies)
... n't remember seeing any light when it happened to me, but I did hear a loud bang and felt a strong jolt in my head. I always assumed it was just another part of sleep paralysis, something else that happens to me every now and then. It seems like it happened more often when I was really tired or a little sleep deprived. ... (34 replies)

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