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Default Sleeping Problems - 08-07-2011, 02:05 AM

Alright, well, I've been having insomnia for the past couple of days, and I just can't get it to stop. I keep my laptop aside with me, so that if I can't sleep, I just usually browse through the Internet until I get some sleep in my eyes. However, that hardly works. I've tried putting my laptop away, and giving it a shot in sleeping, however, all I do is keep on fidgeting and it's so annoying. There hasn't been anything that happened recently that caused depression, or anything somewhat similar to that.

At the moment, it's 4:48 AM in the morning and I still can't get some sleep in my eyes. Though, I wake up a 3:30 to go eat and then back to bed at around 4am. It's a religious schedule for fasting, so thus, I have to do it when I'm capable enough.

Any tips to make this stop? I don't want to catch the habit and then go to work and find myself falling asleep all of a sudden. I'm on vacation, two weeks, so hopefully I can lose the habit by then.
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Default 08-07-2011, 04:17 AM

If your bed is next to a wall, which it probably is..On the left or right side, try facing it, with a pillow on top of your head, and your arm above that pillow, resting on top of it.

Close your eyes, think of something tiring, etc. It's what I do to get to sleep.
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Default 08-07-2011, 06:09 AM

If you're fasting then there's little point in trying to fix this until it's over. You have to wake up early anyway. My advice is to just go to a doctor once your fasting is over.

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Default 08-07-2011, 11:46 AM

Sleeping pills or medicine, until you get back into the sleeping routine
this helped me out, now i freely sleep; however sometimes the drugs just make you drowzy, and dont make you tired...
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Default 08-07-2011, 01:30 PM

I'll see what the doctor says, and Proph3t, I'll try that tonight.

@Geo: I really don't wanna take sleeping pills.
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