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Why can't i stay awake?

I go to bed, i sleep, i wake up.

Then i wake up again and again and again and again trying to do whatever it is i'm doing.

It's like i have some sort of fucking narcolepsy.

But i go to bed and i can't fucking sleep. I cannot actually be comfortable in bed for more than two hours. After that i HAVE to get up. I cannot be lying down any more.

It's pissing me off because it's stopping me do things i want to get done. If i sit in front of the PC to do some work or play a game or even just browse fucking livejournal i constantly wake up to find i've been clicking random things. I DON'T EVEN RECALL FALLING ASLEEP. The first thing i know about it is i wake myself up because the keyboard / table is hurting my head or my arm has twitched and my mouse has been flung off the table.

This has been going on for MONTHS.

I am literally losing chunks of time and it's fucking me off.


Nov. 25th, 2007 05:28 pm (UTC)
Theeighth covered quite a bit, but I'd like to suggest having a good chat with a gyno as well. Female hormones are almost always in flux but as we mature they can occasionally take a trip to wonkyville without our permission. Sounds trite but just a tad too much testosterone in the mix can have you sprouting hair in odd places and punching strangers for no reason. If your thyroid is affected by too much estrogen which affects your T2 and T3 levels you can become tired, exhibit symptoms of depression, lose your hair and a host of other fun things.

Also, have you tried changing your pillow? Not because of cleanliness issues but because your comfort needs may have changed. A good example is that for me a standard pillow is good for things other than sleeping. I use either a contoured pillow with more neck support or a neck roll. The lack of either of these pillows means I won't sleep well which can set off insomnia for days.

Whatever may be going on you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

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