Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by mickle, 7 Feb 2008.
Yawn. Here we go again. Brain wont turn off.
You are feeling sleeeeepy ... very sleeeepy ...
I know how you feel, I really must go to bed.
imagine the inside of your head as a round room with lots of windows.
in each window playback one of the thoughts in your head
Once you have viewed it pull down an imaginary blind on that window and move around to the next window.
Do the same on all the windows until all have blinds drawn on them
You should now be standing in a dark room of empty thoughts
You might now be able to switch off
It obviously does not work though cos im still awake..... However i have an excuse as im on night shift and im the boss so not allowed to sleep.
I've had a few sleepless nights lately, not pleasant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
me too..again...04:20 and still Up....erm...so to speak.
Proper night shift you lot........
Not insomnia but my 2yrold woke up at 2am and wouldn't go back to sleep. So I've been up since then. Sure today's going to be a day of short shrift.
Well what do you expect if you're staying up posting on here until 2:30!
You need to get your clock sorted, it's running fast. You clearly stated that it is 4.20 and your still up, but you posted it at 4.19!!! Honetsly people, attention to detail please
Just repeat the following mantra...
Sorry, I started typing this at 04:00 this morning and have only just woken up. cue big yawn.
here we go again...I reckon tonight could be an all nighter again
Yes... and spare a thought for this guy. http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2008/feb/08/health.sleepapnoea
I've been back from Asia a week now (time difference 7 hours from the UK). Still waking up at 02:00. Fall asleep easily about 20:00 in front of the TV at my brother's (much to the amusement of my nieces) but WIDE awake in the middle of the night.
Sleep deprivation isn't much fun!
That's what I have got...bloody jet lag...I am on USA time...even though I havent been there since I was 11 years old.
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