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Question of the Day- February 6th- Friday

post #1 of 17
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Do you have any problems sleeping? Do you feel you get a good night sleep?

Up until a few months ago I would have answered no to the first question and yes to the second.

A few months ago I was told that I stop breathing when I sleep and gasp for air. So last night I had my first sleep study done. Two hours into they woke me and said they were going to hook me up to a c-pap. So for the rest of the night I was out like a light. Didn't move or anything.

I actually feel very rested this morning and ready for the day.
post #2 of 17
I sleep well when I am alone but when I try to sleep with anyone else in the room I wake up every time they move. Usually I feel I get a great night's sleep as long as I am alone.

My ex had sleep apnea. Once he got used to sleeping with the CPAP machine he couldn't function the next day if he tried to sleep without it (due to traveling, etc.).
post #3 of 17
I usually sleep great
post #4 of 17
I usually sleep OK. I'm a fairly anxious person though, so if there's anything stressful going on, then I have a lot of trouble getting to sleep.
post #5 of 17
I didn't sleep well at all after my father died. Even before that I was having problems after he went into the nursing home. It's been a little over 7 months since he died and I am starting to sleep a bit better now. I still wake up some mornings feeling like I was run over by a truck, but that is becoming less frequent.
post #6 of 17
Once I'm out, I'm dead to the world but I have a huge problem falling asleep and often have to take something to help.
post #7 of 17
I usually don't have trouble sleeping, if I do I know there are furkids to cuddle and fall asleep with!
post #8 of 17
Lately, yes, I have problems. It's mainly due to the heat in my apartment- it goes on full blast around 5:30 am and there's nothing I can do about it. I crack the window for a few minutes and the room cools down...but then it takes a long while to fall asleep again...
post #9 of 17
I also have sleep apnea... I hate the cpap machine b/c it forces me to sleep on my back. So I don't use it like I should. I also have been having some insomnia which leaves me tired during the day.
post #10 of 17
It varies with me, I generally sleep well every third night, and toss and turn a lot the other two.
post #11 of 17
I've had trouble sleeping my entire life. When I was in elementary school I often wouldn't fall asleep until after midnight, no matter how hard I tried. I was constantly exhausted. I've taken sleeping pills on and off, and am currently taking some every night. If I don't take sleeping pills I don't get tired until I've been awake for close to 24 hours, so my schedule flips from day to night, day to night, over and over again. Not too big of a problem when I'm not working and the only thing I really have to worry about is picking my son up from school, but when I do have a job that doesn't work out very well.

When I'm taking a sleeping pill I get a good night sleep about 95% of the time. Occasionally I still toss and turn during the night, like last night, especially when I'm not feeling well or I'm nervous/anxious about something. When I'm not taking a sleeping pill, I only get a good night sleep about 10% of the time, if that.
post #12 of 17
I've had terrible problems sleeping due to back pain. I could only sleep for an hour, hour and a half, max. After I had my back injections, I slept like a baby! Now my back is beginning to bother me again, and I'm sleeping for shorter and shorter periods. I can usually sleep for about 3 hours before my back hurts enough to wake me up. Ambien helps, but it really messes with my memory, so I don't like to take it. I'm working on making appointments for another series of facet blocks.
post #13 of 17
the last year around the last 6 months I was sleeping a bit bad......I mean I had a backache....Like if I was to sleeped over a ship-rope........ I change the bed and now I sleep well, I usual sleep in hammock but some worrieds was I think the motive of the bad sleep.......
I sleep well now from dec until now....
post #14 of 17
I don't sleep well at all...that is because all my joints from the lower back down hurt especially my hips and knees. While I can now sleep on one side (thanks to 2 surgeries) I still can't sleep comfortably on the other since the knee is really bad and the hardware in my hip is starting to come out so when I roll over it hurts since the hardware presses up against the soft tissue in my leg. I can't lay on my back since my lower spine was messed up when a doctor placed a needle wrong....and I can't sleep on my stomach because that hurts my usually I lay there and play with my kitties. I drive my fiance crazy because I move soo much during the night.

I could take a pain killer and when I do it puts me to sleep but they give me really bad nightmares and hallucinations. SO I don't take them often....and usually whe nI do finally fall asleep tilly is on my head batting me to wake up... its cute so I can't stay mad at her.
post #15 of 17
lately.. no... but I have a month old baby waking up every 3-4 hours to eat.
post #16 of 17
It takes me a while to fall asleep but yes I do sleep quite well
post #17 of 17
Originally Posted by Rosiemac View Post
I usually sleep great
Me too, I am soooo happy about it too!
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