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Old 03-12-2005, 01:40 AM   #1
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Sleepy.. but cant sleep

Gosh.. Im exhausted.. but when i lay down to sleep i cant get to sleep... ive tried everything.. drank hot coco... have a full stomach..watched my fish... X.x

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Read. Always makes me tired as anything.


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Especially if its an educational textbook... I'm out after the first sentence :P
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I have the same problem as you Rach101! It drives me crazy.

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I have that problem also. You just lay there completly exhausted, barely able to move your arms, but you can't fall asleep. A million things run through your mind. I normally just start replaying something in my head until I fall asleep. That works. Sunday night I was DEAD tired and didn't fall asleep till 3:30 AM. Alarm woke me up at 4:15. That was a nasty day.
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Old 03-19-2005, 12:39 PM   #6
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I normally turn in at apprxoimaetly 2:30 each night and arise at appproxiatemly 7:30, Makes for long hard days. LOL
I need to get a sedative maybe. LOL
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Old 03-19-2005, 01:01 PM   #7
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Fall asleep at your desk.

Donno about you, but it works for me.

I can't sleep at night either, the second my head hits the pillow my mind bursts into activity relieving things that have happened up to 10 years ago.

But, as long as my head don't hit the pillow...I can sleep.

So just get a comfy keyboard :p

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