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ProgrammerNerd wrote:
MateoConLechuga,

How so. What are they missing?


I just wanna get ahead of the game and state that we will not allow this topic to devolve into politics. Please end this discussion here.
Double post because I'm not gunna mix up and admin statement and a personal post. :P

Michael2_3B wrote:
It costs too much to live, and I'm not exactly enjoying my time existing Razz


I enjoy the photographs you post on IG! We all go through lulls and through lows, sometimes the two happen together. I'm looking forward to more of your photos and adventures! Smile
Alex wrote:
ProgrammerNerd wrote:
MateoConLechuga,

How so. What are they missing?


I just wanna get ahead of the game and state that we will not allow this topic to devolve into politics. Please end this discussion here.


There is a forum for that, go there and rant about how government systems are broken and whatever this generation is tired about Razz

Signed, SM84CE
For years, I have been unable to fall asleep before about 11 PM, no matter what time I get in bed, then, I naturally would wake up at 9 AM, my internal clock is about three hours off, and since school starts early, I am always tired all day. I have also never been able to take naps during the day, so I can't just come home and take a good nap after school. Sad

I have tried several sleep pills, but none have had any effect on me. Sad

And if that's not enough, my constant lack of sleep causes nauseating migraines.

Any ideas?
john35588 wrote:
For years, I have been unable to fall asleep before about 11 PM, no matter what time I get in bed, then, I naturally would wake up at 9 AM, my internal clock is about three hours off, and since school starts early, I am always tired all day. I have also never been able to take naps during the day, so I can't just come home and take a good nap after school. Sad

I have tried several sleep pills, but none have had any effect on me. Sad

And if that's not enough, my constant lack of sleep causes nauseating migraines.

Any ideas?


I had the same problem for 3 years a few years ago, and I solved it by waking up at 5am to go on a run, and then my internal clock was able to reset.

The reason why going on a run, instead of just going on your computer, or watching TV, or doing homework, is because working out is not only good for your body, but it will drastically increase your falling-asleep ability. I now fall asleep within 20 minutes of laying my head on my pillow. It used to be more than an hour.

If you don't feel like going on a run, then if you have gym class, then participate more, or do something that will get your heart rate up for at least 20 minutes every day.

You also are what you eat. If you know you eat sugary foods, then try to eat more pasta and meat. Protein in your system will also help you fall asleep faster, and will help you sleep better. (the reason lies in the heart).

Pasta, not-so-sugary cereals, or toast, or bagels, will also help you wake up, and give you energy when you get to school, and you will feel tired much less frequently.

If your problem is just getting out of bed, then ask a relative to dump water or tomato sauce on you if you don't get up. I did that two years ago, and I was able to get almost-perfect attendance at school.

I hope that helps. I had the same problems you had, and I hope any of those help you too.

If you want any more suggestions, then let me know.
Well... I'm gonna be on a bit of a hiatus for the time being.
My friend's drunk mother fell on my laptop screen, and it broke.
My laptop will be out of commission for a few weeks. Luckily she's paying to fix the damages.
It's just so surreal... Crying Crying Crying

And I was literally on the brink of finishing a new IcyCraft update....
beckadamtheinventor wrote:
Well... I'm gonna be on a bit of a hiatus for the time being.
My friend's drunk mother fell on my laptop screen, and it broke.
My laptop will be out of commission for a few weeks. Luckily she's paying to fix the damages.
It's just so surreal... Crying Crying Crying

And I was literally on the brink of finishing a new IcyCraft update....


Aww. That really sucks. I hope that not only your laptop will do okay, but I hope that you won't be bored out of your mind since IcyCraft is temporarily gone. Good luck. Wink
Sorry to hear about the laptop, Beck Sad But happy to hear it's getting fixed without much trouble!

john35588 wrote:
And if that's not enough, my constant lack of sleep causes nauseating migraines.

Any ideas?


dunlavdy wrote:
If you don't feel like going on a run, then if you have gym class, then participate more, or do something that will get your heart rate up for at least 20 minutes every day.

You also are what you eat. If you know you eat sugary foods, then try to eat more pasta and meat. Protein in your system will also help you fall asleep faster, and will help you sleep better. (the reason lies in the heart).

Pasta, not-so-sugary cereals, or toast, or bagels, will also help you wake up, and give you energy when you get to school, and you will feel tired much less frequently.


Solid advice; I'm not 100% sure about the food but I'll give benefit of the doubt because I don't have the best diet and do have trouble sleeping. I also want to add that only use your bed for sleeping. Don't watch TV in bed, don't do homework in bed, don't program/computer or text in bed, basically don't do anything in bed that mentally stimulates and keeps you awake. You can take it to the extreme and don't do any of that in your bedroom but that's not feasible for everyone.

The reason is I suggest this is that we are creatures of habit. Having a schedule and a routine will help. If you go to bed and stay on your phone for an hour, your brain will think it's not bed time. But if you go to bed and actually try to sleep, your brain will start associating your bed with sleeping rather than other activities. It'll take a while, so keep on it.
Alex wrote:
Michael2_3B wrote:
It costs too much to live, and I'm not exactly enjoying my time existing Razz


I enjoy the photographs you post on IG! We all go through lulls and through lows, sometimes the two happen together. I'm looking forward to more of your photos and adventures! Smile

Thank you! Although I'm not exactly having a great time in my surroundings, and I'm not exactly sure when or how I'll get out of my hometown, I try every day to have a more positive outlook and not let self doubt or anything get in the way. I'm holding on to the hope that one day, hopefully soon, I'll have the opportunity of my dreams and be living with people that share the same vision as me.

A quote I've recently seen is "One Day, or Day One?" Everything's been a process, so I'm not sure if there's actually been a definitive Day One, but a good marking point could be the day I dropped out of college, or perhaps the day I wrote my first blog, or perhaps it will be when I officially start my YouTube channel. If you're interested, my blog profile can be found at https://medium.com/@michael_baker

Currently balancing working on my passions/dreams, and also actually supporting myself with some normal hourly jobs. Honestly I'm quite tired most of the time, but you've gotta do what you've gotta do.
  
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