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Do you wake up feeling tired? If so, what is up with that?

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      Lisa Middlesworth wrote Nov 20, 2008
    • Jackie, I wake up everyday feeling tired. It’s very frustrating. Most days it’s all I can do to get dressed. I’m going to go get a B12 shot. I haven’t had one in about three years. Hopefully, that will help especially with the holidays coming up.
      I feel ya girl.




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      Lisa Middlesworth wrote Nov 20, 2008
    • A few years ago, I went to get a B12 shot. Of course, they want to do all the test and blood work to make sure there is nothing else going on. I had been feeling so fatiqued and out of sorts for a couple of years. I would get up and do the shower, getting dressed, off to work and all of that. But I was just not into it, at all.
      During this quick fix Drs. visit I did find out that I had diabetes and probably had it for a couple of years. Getting my blood sugars regulated made me feel like a brand new person. Full of energy and motivation.
      Good way to make me look in the mirror Jackie! I should practice what I preach especially since I have not been up to par as of late. Theres this little thing we call CHOCOLATE..I think about it from the moment I wake up until I go to sleep at night. NOT GOOD! OMG! I love it! If I had a pool of chocolate...I would swim in it. lol




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      Linni wrote Nov 20, 2008
    • i wake up just exhusted.. however i have sleep apnea, and have lost my cpap machine! lol not that that is funny, its just of all things to lose in my move to PA! lol So, i have to go and have another sleep study done in order to get my machine!

      for those eho do not have sleep apnea, sometime the amount of caffeen you drink before you go to bed will effect your sleep, or if you eat right before you go to bed..




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      Michelle Rowe wrote Nov 20, 2008
    • It’s usually my own fault. I have early morning meetings every Thursday and have to get up at 5:30am. I also play in a volleyball league on Wednesday nights so it’s hard for me to unwind and go to bed at a decent hour!




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      Dee Dee Shaw wrote Nov 22, 2008
    • I used to want to sleep all the time. 12 hours at night, and then a nap in the afternoon. Diet is key. For me I was deficient in glyconutrients (not in the normal American diet.) Now I am rocking on about 6 hours sleep. Some nights it is more like 4. I tend to stay up really late rather than get up early though.
      I can not drink caffeine after about 11am or forget sleep. I used to not be this way. My mother brags that she raised me on coffee and sweet tea in my bottle ACK!  It was during one pregancy that I realized it was making me jittery. Now anything more than one cup of coffee and I am bouncing like a super ball.




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