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Sleep disorder


Of late my schedule has become too erratic. Though it is not the first time this is happening to me, i am really beginning to hate it.


I feel sleepy at all the wrong hours and when it is time to sleep (for normal people) I am wide awake. Last night I went to bed at a good time, which was 11:30 pm. But something was different from all the normal individuals who sleep around that hour everyday. I had taken an anti-allergic pill. Good! The effect was so good that allergy vanished and I slept for around 15-16 hours (believe me).



I have been trying hard to get back the schedule to normal. But it's not happening. So, now something drastic needs to be done.



....I wont sleep till I am dead tired.

....I will not sleep at all if it is beyond 2:00 am.

....Some form of exercise has to happen everyday.



I just hope it works. I am really fed up. :(

Comments

Anonymous said…
good for u.. all i can say is that BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!!! chalo kisssi ki sangat ka to positive influence hua.. am happy for u...
jc said…
i thought u have been given some writing assignments and u were too busy in those things...no, somebody told me this just two hours ago and just after that i saw this new post...well, thats why u r not getting the sleep baby, go and do ur work which is assigned to u, ok...
Shazia said…
@ Anonymous
Agar sangat ka asar hona hota, to humaari sangat pehle bhi buri nahi thi. Ye to pehli baar mere antar-mann se awaaz aayi hai ki "Sudhar jaao bachcha" :)

@ JC
Whoever told you that i have assignments to finish, did not lie to you, sach mein. Just that it was not told as to what time the assignment should be done. Now that i m punishing myself by not sleeping, it is good that i do something constructive.
sameer said…
Good luck in your efforts.

I have been trying and trying and trying to solve exactly this problem. One of the various attempts involved following the guidelines you mention, except that the 2am was replaced by 6am :)
Was able to follow it for all of one day. But I think it is doable. I just didn't do it right.

Am still trying.

If you figure out a way to solve your sleep problem do post about it. It would be useful.
Shazia said…
@ Sameer
I will surely let you know if i succeed in this mission. I have just slept for 2 hrs in the last 24 hrs. Have been waiting for night to fall on bed and sleep.
jc said…
i hope the bicycle is repaired by now...
Shazia said…
@ Jeet
Arey itna asaan thode hi hai...
Anonymous said…
I have repaired my screwed up cycle.. earlier I used to sleep late... now I'm an early riser. I wake up at 600hrs and go to bed at 2300 hrs. I beleive your sleeping cycle can easily be repaired if you completely distract yourselves from whatever work you do in late night. Just say to yourselves "I'll close my working hours shutter at 2100 hrs" Stop whatever you do. Dine nicely and then go to bed.
If you were in west you would have maintained this cycle. Now come to India and try to sleep normally... ususally this adjustment takes hardly few days, even if you have stayed for a very long time in the West... So why you peole are taking this much time. You have to try harder and harsher....





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