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    I sleep 6-7 hours a day...sometime wake before but easy to back to sleep again...I have problem before when I stress from work or something but I try to sleep the sametime everyday...then I get better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicethaiza
    I sleep 6-7 hours a day
    What about at night?

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    ^ Lol

    Do plenty of exercise during the day - will help, along with Magnesium and or Melatonin 1 hour before bedtime.
    Try to get into a healthy sleep routine (sleep/wake at the same time) the body loves routine. Meditation music is great as well...

    Dick loves to count sheep... as he thrusts into them...mmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    Dick loves to count sheep
    HOW MANY YOU COUNT IN 1 NIGHT? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Nicethaiza
    I sleep 6-7 hours a day
    What about at night?
    Per night ....fix...

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    I was at a Thai Temple in Tampa FL once with the wife, and there was this little concert thingy with people playing instruments.

    Right in the middle of all the noise, on stage, was a Thai woman fast asleep. Broad daylight, hot as hell, loud as all hell, passed out.

    Had to chuckle. They really can sleep anywhere.

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    I dont like noisy...hard to sleep for me untill I really tired then I fall as sleep...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza
    I have a sleep problem.

    I go to sleep easily, but get up at 4 AM and sometimes even at 2:30 AM and often can't get back to sleep.

    I don't want to take any pills of any sort or any drugs. I don't want to go that route.
    I am neither blind nor stupid. I read the OP. I don't need your simple problem explained twice. I want to know why you are ignoring good advice?
    You have been told what the solution is, but you choose to ignore it and refuse to change clearly damaging habits.
    Why the fuck did you bother posting? Oh wait ..... you're attention whoring again, digging up long dead ignored threads.
    Paranoid, neurotic attention whore alert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post
    ^ Lol

    Do plenty of exercise during the day - will help, along with Magnesium and or Melatonin 1 hour before bedtime.
    Try to get into a healthy sleep routine (sleep/wake at the same time) the body loves routine. Meditation music is great as well...
    Good recipe.

    Also cut fluorides out of your diet, toothpaste etc as it forms a hard fluoro-calcite carapace around the pineal gland,limiting light to it. The pineal gland, which produces melatonin, slowly accumulates calcite around it as we age, so limiting melatonin production, resulting in disturbed and inadequate sleep patterns.

    Buffering the body against fluorides, take iodine and Vitamin D. Selenium helps remove fluorides from the body (two brazil nuts a day will suffice).

    Magnesium binds onto excess calcium (which forms that calcite carapace initially), removing it from the body via urination, so slowing down and eventually dissolving the build-up around the pineal, allowing increased melatonin production, and better quality sleep.

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    ^ Yep, Magnesium is so important... also, I can't sleep with even the smallest amount of light - so I use a sleeping mask... I couldn't live without it.

    *The darker the room, the better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat
    As whoever said above - your body knows how many hours sleep it needs.
    Yeah....that's not true.

    Or its only true if you're actually getting at least eight hours a night.

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    I know Why Dickie hard to sleep and need mask..cuz have many girls who he think about and think what can lie to them in everyday...

    playboy ...

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    WTF? You don't know me you hypocrite.. I'm faithful to my wife, stick to your fake-book, 24/7 cyber life, or get a real boyfriend and stop stalking me.

    retard play-old hag.....

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    Wow faaitful to your wife? ow nah lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post
    ^ Yep, Magnesium is so important... also, I can't sleep with even the smallest amount of light - so I use a sleeping mask... I couldn't live without it.

    *The darker the room, the better...
    Absolutely.

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    ^ My mum is the same, needs complete darkness to sleep.

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    Now i have the Big C, a lot or things go rumbling around in your brain at night. These days alcohol and silly kitten vids sort of put me in a getting to sleep mode.

    Those and a little muscle relaxant and the lovely morphine. I eventually sleep, but sit up after about 4 hours. I also have a wee kip during the day. But only for an hour or less. Heatwave in Europe - 36 degrees in the shade. Nobody is sleeping.

    2 am now - 28 degrees. Not pleasant. Even this perfect specimen of womanhood has a sweat on!!! Glow!!

    Horses sweat, men perspire and ladies merely glow....!!

    Or so i was told. During my uneducated, bog wading upbringing.

    I think as we get older we need less sleep. I'm also a bit silly sometimes and drink strong coffee after the times that i should. Like, i feel a caffeine need at midnight....three big spoonfuls of the strongest instant coffee with a bit of sugar and milk.

    And here i am - babbling like an idiot!!
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    Fork me, all that caffeine. No wonder you cant Sleep Pats! I pretty well always wake up about 5.30am. It doesn't seem to matter if I go to bed at 10pm or 12pm.

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    I sleep well this time...in bed around 10-10.30 pm wake up at 5.30-6 am..feel good...at least 6-7 hours per night...last 2 night ago my place it power outage..everyone cant sleep but I dont know untill morning haha..

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    I'm up until about 4am every night. Amount of sleep varies.

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    This is informative: Want to build muscle and lean up? Sleep......properly.


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    Why am I reading this thread when I am awake? At 3am local o'clock.

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    I think 6-7 hours is enough sleep, you can always take a cat nap during the day if you need to.

    However you can try this little trick for a blissful nights sleep. Have a ice cold shower before you retire. You may find that be out like a light after your head touches the pillow or perhaps later, it doesn't matter, and you will have had a restful night's sleep and woken up feeling refreshed and recharged for the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longway
    I think 6-7 hours is enough sleep
    It doesn't matter what you think. Science shows its not enough.

    I get around 6-7 btw

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