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Discussion in 'Health Wise' started by Auspicious, Oct 30, 2009.
One Ultimate Cure
That grin of yours said it all already.
But, like you, I ain't tellin'.
Maybe na sleep-posting.
At the height of my obsession with NVS (especially during the Obamamania of 2008), my lap-top was my permanent bed-mate, lying next to me in bed. I would wake up in the middle of the night and there 'she' would be, staring at me with those 'come-and-do' eyes - eyes pleading with me to 'touch' her and 'caress' her, to hit her 'G-spot' by hitting 'refresh' @ F5, after which I'd read an interesting post that I want to respond to, or an annoying post that I want to fire-back a response to.
And then, another post, another orgasm. I either fall back asleep or just have enough time to jump in the shower and jump-start another day with starbucks coffee. And on and on it went until I got bored and found another thing to obsess over..
Like most of the previous posters,am not a morning person too. I can stay up late reading,arranging my closet,watching TV,cleaning the bathroom or just generally being busy till the early hours of the morning. Then I go to bed around 1am and wake up at about 7.30am. I stay back in bed hoping for more sleep to come but it doesnt. Sometimes,I even close my eyes and pretend am still asleep when someone walks into my room calling on me.lol! I secretly hope that i will drift back to sleep,the few times i succeeded though,i had the most blissful sleep ever and wake up around 10am with a smile.But most times,once I wake up at 7am or thereabout thats it for the morning! I start feeling drowsy again when I eat lunch at 3pm or thereabout. Blame it on the serotonin. Generally I love sleeping but I can't seem to get enough of it these days even when i have the time. Since i read somewhere that women who alter their circadian rhythm anyhow (mostly doctors,nurses,other shift workers) are more at risk of breast cancer i try to go to bed at about the same time everyday.
One Stop Shopping to Boost Your Memory: Take a Nap
from Sleep Doctor Michael Breus, PhD | The Insomnia Blog by Dr. Mike
@ night? nite?