Does anybody have to have a little help in going to sleep at nights? I have been taking something to help me sleep every night for the past few years. So saying that I’m addicted to nightime sleep-aids would be an under statement. I do from time to time try to sleep without the help of anything, but I have really bad dreams and I only stay asleep for like an hour when I do it that way. If there are any doctors reading this, I would like to know if that is a common thing? Do people often only sleep for an hour and have really bad dreams when they don’t take a night time sleep aid, our bodies are use to having?
I usually take something like a Tylenol PM or Benadryl to help me sleep. I’m not really taking the name brand of those products, but the generic brands that Kroger offers for the name brands. i have heard that the new Sealy mattresses are really comfortable and have a good reputation for being good for your back and overall sleep comfortThey do help me to sleep and I usually will doze off about 90 minutes after taking a couple of night-time sleep pills. If I don’t take anything, then there is a good chance I will see the sunrise in the morning. I hate that feeling when I see the sun come up and I still haven’t gone to sleep for the night. I am a night person and I have had several night time jobs, but I’m ok if I can just get my peepers closed by daylight. It makes me feel better knowing that I went to sleep while it was still dark and then waking up close to noon. If I stay up until daylight, then there’s a good chance I want open my peepers until after noon. That is just too late to get your day started and it makes me feel like I have wasted a day when I wake up after noon time.
Article publié pour la première fois le 31/07/2009