Posted by floatingbridge on May 17, 2011, at 12:55:21
In reply to Re: memory lapses, reading glasses, posted by sigismund on May 17, 2011, at 12:20:05
> So does that explain that sleepless night?
No. And the wake-ups were becoming nightly. But last night I slept fine--I thought due to a xanax dosage adjustment. Now I have no idea why. I hope to continue.
> My sleep pattens have been a wonder. I go to bed earlier and earlier.
> Although, on the positive side, I tried really hard and only had 3 cups of tea yesterday and slept much better when I went to bed at 5pm, sleeping through (with a space for dinner), until midnight and then dozing until 3am.
You've been up since 3:00? That's practically farmers' hours. No wonder you're asleep at 5:00.
> When I hear people complaining about early morning waking, they've got to
wake very early to impress me.
I suppose so. Are you feeling rested? I would think the interrupted sleep might leave you groggy.
Are you able to read during the predawn hours?
Are you seeing a tcm person? They have a comment about every hour of the day.
Sorry about the tea. It's one of life's
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