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Wairuanor Wairuanor 26-30, F 9 Answers Nov 16, 2012 in Emotional Health

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I usually have to take 2 advil pm's each night...and even still have a hard time shutting down because of the emotional/physical stress of what's going on in my life. I often end up here because I can't relax enough to sleep and this helps distract my thoughts from obsessing over things I can't 'fix' right before bed!<br />
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When I lay down, I go through meditations and positive reinforcements of what I 'want' to happen, rather than what is actually happening. <br />
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One thing I say every night is that I'll have a restful, happy night's sleep. Sounds silly but it really does seem to help. I always repeat things like that 3 times...either because it helps cement the thought or because I'm kinda OCD - don't really know which it is! ha ha But I find I fall asleep quicker, have a better nights sleep and wake up feeling more rested when I do this as I fall asleep. <br />
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These sleep time meditations of focusing on what I want really make a noticeable difference. Even though I'm waking up to the same life, it seems like I feel more emotionally equipped to face another day. <br />
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I sincerely hope you are able to get a happy, restful night's sleep - soon! =)

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Process the feelings / or come to accept that you will work on a solution - tomorrow

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yes, thinking about the solution tomorrow might be better idea - when I've got more energy. Thank you.

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Welcome

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Warm milk and valerian and melatonin

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Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, that's not a solution for me right now. I guess, I'll just try to count sheep!

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Pray to God and forgive yourself

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