Section: You have a lot on your mind.
Yeah, right. Do you say this about me? If it’s true for you, don’t torture yourself…write a blog post about it! I have a lot on my mind, but I’ve learned from experience that writing has been the best way to clear my mind. And writing a personal blog post is the easiest way to share your thoughts and experiences with the world.
My mind is an interesting place. It’s like a 7-11 right up the street from a library. That’s 6-11 if you’re metric, which in turn means that even the interior of my mind is more organized and cleaner than your home (nice job on the carpal tunnel). The point I’m getting at here — and yes, there can always be more points when thinking while writing, it’s one of the many perks of mental gymnastics — is that your mind is a busy little bee and stuff gets fucked up if it doesn’t get straightened out immediately.
Section: Your job is stressing you out.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably found yourself in a situation where you are going to bed at night and waking up at 4 am — thanks to the stressful job you have. I mean, no one has ever said, “I wish my job was more stressful”. I get it; it’s rough. But the truth is, a lot of people are working those kinds of jobs. So what do you do? /legalfacts There’s no easy answer though I will say this: find something you’re passionate about. If your current job isn’t giving that to you, start looking around. Maybe this is your chance!
You’ve worked hard your entire life. You’ve studied, slaved away at a desk, sweated over projects, and taken night classes until you were blue in the face. You were sure that all that work would pay off – that after years of toil, you’d be able to leave the rat race behind and finally get some peace of mind.
Section: You’re sensitive to noise.
You’re sensitive to noise. The sound of a leaky pipe or your neighbor’s serenades can drive you mad. The good news is that there is a treatment that will help you get back to living your life!
The curse of the insomniac. Awake at 3 am once again, you reach over to your nightstand and grab your cell phone to check the time. Your eyes look to the right, down a bit to be more precise, and there it is the top number on the “brightness” setting, mocking you in its reflection off your phone’s screen — shining brightly like a beacon on a lighthouse. It laughs at you as you dramatically decide to move it upwards, hoping that in this new position, your brightness level will seem less threatening/more comfortable.
Section: You have apnea.
Are you having trouble losing weight or noticing changes in your health? Do you wake up tired almost every morning? Do you sleep restlessly through the night and wake with a dry mouth and sore throat? Legal Software If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you may have a condition called Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). The STOP-BANG questionnaire is a quick way to identify people who may have OSA
Perhaps you’ve heard of apnea before and thought it was no big matter. But that’s a mistake and here’s why.
Section: You feel pressured to be productive at all hours of the day.
I’m an early bird. I’m in the office before 6A (on days I have an early meeting), and the boss man tries to keep me in via IM when I’m speeding home at 5:55P. He knows he can’t do it, but he gives it a fight every day.
So, you have a lot of work to do — and, you feel as though you should add to that workload by working on your “me” time. After all, if you don’t take care of yourself, how can you take care of the office? From lunch breaks to finding time for exercise, it’s important for employers to remember the importance of self-care.
Section: You’re worried about your partner’s sleep habits.
Have you ever had a partner who snores loudly? If so, have you considered that your partner might have sleep apnea? Have you even heard of sleep apnea? It’s a real disorder that causes chronic snoring and can affect your lifestyle and quality of life.
Sleep is a pretty important part of life. From helping us regain energy to our brains functioning properly, sleep plays an important role. Now you might think that sleeping is something common, but in truth there is a lot of factors which affect our sleep habits like stress or alcohol etc. And if it worsens, it can lead to problems such as insomnia etc.
Section: You take anxiety medication that disrupts your sleep cycle.
You take medication to calm you down. It’s helping, but you’ve experienced secondary problems. You’re still having trouble sleeping and it’s affecting other areas of your life. If this sounds like you, then you should consider switching to Klonopin.
Do you have trouble sleeping after taking Xanax? Do your disturbances cause you to stay up all night watching Netflix, or worse: binge-watching Netflix?