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Posted 11/21/16
I have this painted on my ceiling and he is president.

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Bent Reality
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Posted 11/21/16
Sleepiness.
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Posted 11/21/16
the lack of energy to stay awake
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Working all day usually works, lol.
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Exhaustion, or failing to sleep during the day like normal people do.
Posted 11/29/16
i just need to avoid the caffeine
then all good
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What makes you sleep at night?

Night time.

O.K., joking aside. Let me get serious.

My doctor told me to get off the swing shift, at my job, start working the day shift, so that I can sleep at night. I found that that was not enough. I discovered, through the owner's manual for my gaming monitor (I'm a PC gamer), that it has a setting to reduce the amount of "blue light," which inhibits sleep.

Huh....

So, I blocked all of the blue LED's in my room, and BOOM! I CAN SLEEP AT NIGHT!!! Seriously. I'm not messing around. Blue LED's keep you up. If you've got a microwave with a blue LED display (I do), a bad-assed computer tower case with real cool blue LED's (I have one), a power strip/surge protector, with cool-looking blue LED's on it (I have one), then all you need to do is put black tape on those, and BOOM, you sleep all freakin' night long!

I swear, I'm not making this up.

To sleep well, you need night time, and NO BLUE LED's in your darkened room.
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xanax and trazadone.
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I don't need anything to put me to sleep, but I do like to read comics on my iPad right before lights out
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Posted 11/29/16

dragontackle wrote:

6 Sleeping pills
3 Benadryl pills
and a 1/3 cup of Nyquil


Can't speak for the sleeping pills or benadryl but oh those days of halluciogenic Nyquil-induced waking dreams. I saw many things I'll never EVVVVVEEEERRRRRRR forget. In some ways I miss them in others I still say "WTF was that?!?!?!?!?".
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Luckily I can sleep without the help of pills. My body touches my bed and I'm asleep in seconds. (but it has to be my bed only and alone, I can't sleep with other people or on a bed that's not mine).

However, there was a time I didn't want to sleep, in fact, I was afraid of falling asleep because I suffered from sleep paralysis. That thing is not funny or cute
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Posted 11/30/16
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A comfortable pillow. If it isn't comfortable I will be screaming in the morning from not being able to get to sleep or from having a monster migraine. I am very picky when it comes to pillows.
A fan for those nights when you pile up the blankets and you need to turn the fan on low or else you'll either be too hot or too cold.
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27 / M / United States
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Posted 12/3/16
Watching bad Anime.
Posted 12/3/16

PrinceJudar wrote:

Masturbation.

My therapist recommended the melatonin thing--I still have to pick some up.



Posted 12/3/16
Closing my eyes and waiting.





A brick to the head might also work.
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