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  • I always sleep at the same time, I’ve definitely never been sleeping while
    I was awake! ;P

  • Very well explained! I always sleep, when I have a chance. But in my line
    of work sometimes , it’s unavoidable, to work a lot and sleep less..

  • for some reason i cant dose off anymore, i get up in the middle of the
    night several times of night almost every hour, i end up getting only 3 or
    less hours to sleep and wake up groggy like hell for some reason its been
    going on for weeks now,also when i shut my eyes to (sleep)i noticed before
    i even am sleeping i go right away into a dream and that scares me, anyone
    have any thoughts

  • Look up Bob Beck brain tuner. The whole science of electrotherapy was
    widespread in the medical literature in the 1980s. Pete Townsend was
    famously cured of heroin addiction using a very rudimentary device. There
    is a lot of information about this on the net. Search “bob beck brain
    tuner” here on youtube there is some useful information including where the
    device can be bought, and a talk summarising the research by Beck himself.
    Disclosure: Used one insomnia gone! Less than 1 month!

  • Three hours? 1. Check sleep hygiene. Quiet room, no TV, no stimulants, no
    light, emotional calm. 2. Snoring or apnea, does someone watch you when you
    sleep. I used to snore, didn’t find out until I roomed with someone on a
    cycling training camp, very embarrassing. 3. Emotional trauma can set it
    off. I used a brain tuner to cure mine. Small electrical device, thoroughly
    researched, safe, used since 1980’s. Look up “Bobo Beck Brain Tuner” on
    Youtube or Google.

  • Knowing the reason is less important than knowing what to do about it.
    Basic sleep hygiene is important. Dealing with emotional issues helps too.
    Watch the video a few times, it has some great ideas.

  • This should be a required class in every public school. Why does the
    Western World have such a dismissive attitude toward the importance of
    sleep?

  • Sorry, but this does not address living longer and better, the Dr mentions
    various sleeping tablets and Ramelton a melatonin analogue that is “17
    times stronger than melatonin”, and is not addictive, failing to mention it
    can cause these side effects; decreased sex drives • difficulty swallowing
    • hallucinations • irregular heartbeat • memory problems • mood changes •
    depression • fertility problems • suicidal thoughts, real melatonin is an
    antioxidant! it might help you live longer!

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