I hope they work for you... I usually tune into the history, outdoor, military or pentagon channel at night with the same result.. By 3 am I wake up to some noisy info-mercial or re-run, and can't go back to sleep...
I am not actually an insomniac, but from time to time I suffer a mild case of it for a night or two. And I have learned that same lesson -- don't fight it anymore than you should fight GOING to sleep. When you need to sleep, sleep -- when you can't sleep, don't.apollosmith said:I haven't found a cure, but I have learned to deal with it. Instead of fighting it and getting frustrated (and thus more awake), I just get out of bed and do something for a while, then go back and try again, then repeat if necessary. I actually get a lot of work done in the middle of the night. And I NEVER nap or lay in bed unless it is time to sleep (or I'm otherwise engaged).
Tape,tapehoser said:I typically run a minimum of 15 miles each week. Some weeks it's more like 17 or 18 miles. It's evens out to about 3.5 miles, 6x per week.
I exercise in the morning, because if I exercised at night, I'd be up until 3 AM.
Anyhoo, I just took that little pill about 5 minutes ago so I'll let you know how it went in the AM. Good nigh.............................
Is that chair now full of bullet holes? I ain't gunna let no Lazy Boy terrorize my room, that's for sure.Strategic Tactical said:Had a dancing Lazy boy chair in my room.....LOL