Helloooo fellow insomniacs. What’s the wildest thing you realized while insomnicaking?
For me, it’s that there are OUTLETS under my kitchen cabinets! I came down to the kitchen last night and saw all these little green lights shining down onto the counter tops and my mind was blown. Not sure how many automatic can openers the contractor thought we’d wanna install but dang.
The other is that the birds start chirping at 4:48am. Not a minute earlier.
I’m on my third night of wearing a breathe right strip to bed and lemme tell you, you might look like a boxer nursing a bloody nose, but your breathing has never been BETTER. The box says you get 30% more air and I gotta say, it feels like that and then some.
HIGHLY RECOMMEND! You gotta try em.
Anyone else here who has ever taken Ambien… does it ever make you super dizzy the next morning? And impossible tired for hours upon hours?
Don’t get me wrong: I don’t mind feeling like I want to sleep for the first time ever, but I still feel like I haven’t woken up and it’s 5pm!
Hello fellow insomniacs.
While I was up last night at my usual 3am anxiety wake up call, I was thinking about the best sleep position.
There are a few that I find THE BEST:
1) the lowercase h: on your side, with the top leg bent over at a 90 degree angle.
2) the full stomach lay: title says it all
3) the figure 4: on your back with one leg bent at the knee
4) the fetal position: we know it bc we were born doin it
What is the best position to lay that has helped you fall asleep. Corpse (aka flat on your back) ain’t workin for me.
So I know a user on here has detailed their experience about waking up at 3-4 am every day. And I experiencing the exact same thing but at 5am. I don't know, but I haven't had a full nights sleep in what feels like forever.
I'm not sure if it is because I work from home and I'm not getting enough exercise and so my body is like always "at rest". But I am TIRED YALL.