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    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    haha...yeah you'd think so but that just makes it more likely that i'll make someone else listen to all my ideas.
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    I get this too. Bad. I'm about to start grabbin' pills here again soon but probably not since last time I got addicted for awhile and now all my classes are after 12 pm

    although I think it's mainly anxiety, I'll wake up at ridiculously early hours even if I went to bed at 2-4 am (normal btw) and can't go back to bed. Usually only on days I have class or work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    haha...yeah you'd think so but that just makes it more likely that i'll make someone else listen to all my ideas.
    Dont even try to be nice, I BREAK IDEAS ! And then I fix em !
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    Totally cheesy to quote oneself, but...

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...you-relax.html

    I've managed to find a super reliable solution- the only one to date:

    I try to go to sleep at 11 every night, but I don't. I HAVE to wake up at 6:30 every morning even if it's just to get out of bed to turn off my alarm clock so I can go back to sleep, this will still keep me REM cycle basically in check. Both bed and waking time drastically affect me (and everybody from what my doctors have told me), but waking time is the most important thing out of any of the things you could possibly do.

    Ideally I'd dance right after I wake up too, but this is not really possible with my house and schedule. I wish I could say any rigorous physical activity work to wake a person up, maybe you're one of those lucky people, but I tried aerobics classes and running and just found them too boring. Dance is mentally and emotionally stimulating as well as rigorous for me and thus provides a much better kick- so if you can find something that fulfills these things for you that's your morning routine.

    Also super super important: I wear earplugs and have curtains that will keep out any light (even in the daytime). These two things plus the 6:30 waking time have made sleep reliable for me where I was otherwise an stress-dependent insomniac. Now I can sleep even when I'm stressed- soo much better.

    Oh, and the fan has to be on high, since temperature also really affects how you sleep, 65 degrees C is about right for me, the noise from the fan helps too. Having an open window may be good if you can, so you get the proper amount of oxygen when you sleep as well.
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    right...makes sense. my schedule has been all weird lately...but i don't want a sleep schedule...i want an off switch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    but i don't want a sleep schedule...i want an off switch!


    It's like a semi-off switch.

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    oh yeah...i think i've tried that once or twice...yeah maybe i do need something like that sometimes....thanks
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Quit your job, that's what I would do.

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    My ENTP friend and ENFP co-worker both talk about how they have trouble getting to sleep and staying asleep. I feel bad for them, because I have no trouble at all.

    I'm sure it's Ne.

    ENTP friend resorts to trying different sleep aids. He says marijuana works best for him, but I notice it has its side-effects on him when he uses it regularly.

    But I know his problem is not his mind, it's his physical body.

    He doesn't know how to relax his body to fall asleep. Unlike me, he lives in his mind, not in his body. His body is just a vehicle for his mind.

    I keep telling him he needs to look into meditation or yoga before bed. Anything to take his focus off his thoughts, so that he can release physical tension built up from his racing thoughts.

    Also, if you've got a good friend with healing hands, I'm sure they can make your tension melt away with a massage.

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