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[*] Post 509447 posted on 24-9-2017 at 12:01 Reply With Quote
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I have joined a website called Sleepio which aims to restore good sleep patterns. Wouldn't that be nice.


The suggestion today is to have a wind-down of 1-2 hours of not being online or using electronic devices.


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Reading, going for a stroll or listening to music would all fit the bill.



What's your bedtime routine like?
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[*] Post 509456 posted on 24-9-2017 at 20:07 Reply With Quote


Funny, that... I read this, earlier:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/sleep-deprivation-epidemic-health-effects-tired-heart-disease-stroke-dementia-cancer-a7964156. html

I've been brought to the point of wondering of there's anywhere, in the UK, where you're not on the flight path to some bloody airport. Heck, even the Orkneys and Shetlands have airports!

When we first moved here, it was deathly quiet, at night. Now, there seems to be a 'plane going over every minute, or so. Let me tell you, that damned Dreamliner is LOUD!

My doc think the lack of kip is causing my health problems (Or exacerbating them) and has given me something to help me sleep. I can't take them forever, though...
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[*] Post 509461 posted on 25-9-2017 at 01:07 Reply With Quote


Sleep? What's that? I generally "wind down" at around 10-12 PM and hit the hay at anywhere between 12 - 2 AM Between then and around 9-10 AM I have no idea, I am asleep. My "wind down"? On the 'puter, sometimes with a coffee, take my drugs (anti-depressant and cholesterol) and then bed.
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