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As i said above im having problems with my sleep, I think its down to stress and worry, I do suffer from fight or flight alot. I need some good advise on how to get to sleep again as im getting fatigue and lightheaded,and can't do things that i normally would. Any good advise on how to get back to sleep. Thanks

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On 2/15/2022 at 2:04 PM, Captainlove said:

As i said above im having problems with my sleep, I think its down to stress and worry, I do suffer from fight or flight alot. I need some good advise on how to get to sleep again as im getting fatigue and lightheaded,and can't do things that i normally would. Any good advise on how to get back to sleep. Thanks

 

Go to bed when you are tired.  This may sound like I am stating the obvious, but this is exactly what people do not do.  They have a designated time in their heads when they think they should be going to sleep, e.g. midnight.  I reckon this may not be so healthy as any disruption to typical sleep will create a sleep deficit that you need to be paying back at some point which may require adjusting the time you go to bed.

 

The feeling of tiredness is a bit like the feeling of needing a shit.  If you don't act on it the first time the feeling arises the feeling will go away and may not return for quite some time later.  If you try acting when that feeling has gone you will only feel aggravation.  I suspect that there is a good chance that you actual feel somewhat tired not long after your evening meal, say around 8pm.  That is around the time that people put their kids to bed but of course adults tend to have this silly idea that going to bed at that time is not for them, however tired they may feel.

 

Another idea that people have that is not necessarily helpful is the idea that you should be having all your sleep in one go.  There is no reason why you can't split it in two.  You may find that if you go to bed at 8pm, you wake up at around 11pm or midnight.  You can then do whatever it was you would have done if you weren't sleeping like watching those tv shows you recorded during your first sleep session.  You can then have the 2nd half of your sleep at 3am/4am.  People supposedly slept this way before we electrified our world.  Obviously they didn't have tv shows to watch then; they probably read books by candlelight, maybe did some stargazing. I suspect this is an instinctual thing for humans to do.  I suspect our ancient ancestors would make up at midnight and hunt by torchlight before going back to sleep.  I've been doing this myself lately (the two sleep sessions, not the hunting); not every day of the week... routine is over-rated in my opinion.  Just go to bed when you are tired, and get the hell out of bed if you feel wide awake!

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Some things I learned about better sleep recently.

 

1. No exposure to devices 2 hours prior to bed.

2. Don't eat late, at least 4 hours prior to sleep.

3. Correct temperature - body needs be slightly cooler whilst sleeping

4. No caffine after 12 afternoon

5. This is the most important one. circadian rhythums. - to get this set right, you need to get into light within 30 mins of waking up ideally. This should be real sunlight if possible but otherwise artificial is ok too. This will get the circadian clocks set to the right body time! Edit: also dim the lights in the evening helps too.

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I'd say you are being affected by EMF.

All of the above Mr H said but also unplug everything from the wall, not just switching equipment off.

It made a bit of difference for me as I was developing pain and as soon as I realised what was happening and unplugged ones near the bed, pain went.

If you have an EMF meter, check the level. You can buy one for around £180,

What I found interesting is that my walls were more radioactive than inside of my bedroom. I take it there are metal mesh in the wall which is reacting like an antenna.

I also suspect that our house and next doors are the ones who are kept up so no doubt they are taggering us.

 

Nano GO is everywhere now. In the air, on the ground and it's in us even if you are unvaxxed.

Just survive, best to your ability till your death. It's fucked.

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On 2/15/2022 at 2:04 PM, Captainlove said:

As i said above im having problems with my sleep, I think its down to stress and worry, I do suffer from fight or flight alot. I need some good advise on how to get to sleep again as im getting fatigue and lightheaded,and can't do things that i normally would. Any good advise on how to get back to sleep. Thanks

 

You need to deal with what is causing you the stress and worry.

 

If you can stop yourself from stressing and worrying, then you'll sleep much easier.

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Others have offered some reasonable advice here, but I have a few other insights. I have a feeling you aren't the first person in this forum to make a post about this, either that or I'm having deja vu.

 

If the insomnia lasts for hours, I have found it helpful to accept this, then get up and read for a bit. It is the resistance to the insomnia which is powering it, unfortunately. If you literally "give in" and say, "fuck it, I'm getting up", then go and read a book or something, then you should, after an hour or so of that, be able to go back to bed and sleep, but it has to be real acceptance, not fake.

 

Failing that there is various meditations, but you also need to find a way to get the feelings flowing. Blocked emotions cause insomnia. Write about your feelings in a journal. Feel, cry.

 

As a last resort, and this is for nights when I've had a really terrible nights sleep the night beforehand and none of the above have helped, I will occasionally take a strong anti-histamine called Promethazine, brand name 'Phenergan'. The doctor will probably agree to this. I generally hate the pharmaceutical so would only take this as a last resort, once in a blue moon. Even one tablet will leave you groggy as fuck the next day, especially if you ain't used to it. Don't take two or you'll still be sleeping three days later. 

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59 minutes ago, Ethel said:

 

If the insomnia lasts for hours, I have found it helpful to accept this, then get up and read for a bit. It is the resistance to the insomnia which is powering it, unfortunately. If you literally "give in" and say, "fuck it, I'm getting up", then go and read a book or something, then you should, after an hour or so of that, be able to go back to bed and sleep, but it has to be real acceptance, not fake.

Very interesting and I think spot on. I remember when I used to suffer from anxiety, what I found after some investigation - was that it was my resistance to it that actually perpetuated it. Once I accepted it into my experience it kind of naturally dissipated. What you resist persists!

 

Enjoyed reading your other pointers too..

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I've had good results using lavender essential oil in aromatherapy for insomnia. I place a diffuser on the nightstand and turn it on 30 minutes prior to going to bed. Other essential oils that claim to help induce sleep are chamomile, clary sage, ylang ylang, bergamot, sandalwood, valerian, and some companies offer blends (or you can make your own); but lavender works for me, so I haven't had to try anything else.

 

Learning to meditate taught me to empty my head of all thought and concentrate only on the breath, which comes in handy when you're trying to fall asleep. It's not always easy to quiet your mind from over analyzing and over thinking before you drift off and it requires practice.

 

 

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Check your bed position as well Captain.

Energy tends to gather around the corner so if you have your bed and head in the corner like the bottom left hand corner in the image below, sleep like the upper right hand corner. When you think about it, hotels place a double bed right in the middle to encourage peaceful sleep.

If you light an incense, the smoke should rise sraight up and calm but if you get a spiral smokes it means there is much stuck energy that gives you sleepless night. Obviously, check to see if a corner is drafty or not.

 

Corners tend to collects dusts as well so you can imagine how energy might gather there.

Also corners give off harmful energy, it's all to do with geometry, angles and all that.

 

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Also....

If you print out this symbol (make it at least 10 cm) and stick it on the four corners of your bed, it would increate vibration of your sleeping area and you'd feel more comfortable and rested within 48 hours. This experiment will cost you virtually nothing so try it.

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Been taking lions mane recently and it helps relieve tension - 2 others in my family have also been helped by the same as it has a calming affect and improved sleep with my mother!

I also take melatonin about 0.5g or less most nights and have done for around 20 years

 

Found this vid interesting.

 

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On 2/16/2022 at 1:04 AM, Captainlove said:

As i said above im having problems with my sleep, I think its down to stress and worry, I do suffer from fight or flight alot. I need some good advise on how to get to sleep again as im getting fatigue and lightheaded,and can't do things that i normally would. Any good advise on how to get back to sleep. Thanks

 

Use red light, wherever you can. Stay away from blue or white light. Go to any amateur astronomy club to see why red light is so important for night vision etc. It's much better to put you into a sleepy state. https://www.nps.gov/articles/dark-adaptation-of-the-human-eye-and-the-value-of-red-flashlights.htm

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On 2/15/2022 at 3:04 PM, Captainlove said:

As i said above im having problems with my sleep, I think its down to stress and worry, I do suffer from fight or flight alot. I need some good advise on how to get to sleep again as im getting fatigue and lightheaded,and can't do things that i normally would. Any good advise on how to get back to sleep. Thanks

all those things are simptoms of dehidration also.....if you are "generaly fine" i would say drink a lot of water and/or buy one with high Ph value 

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all those things are simptoms of dehidration also.....if you are "generaly fine" i would say drink a lot of water and/or buy one with high Ph value 

 

And make sure the water is not fluoridated, if possible.

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23 hours ago, DarianF said:

Use red light, wherever you can. Stay away from blue or white light. Go to any amateur astronomy club to see why red light is so important for night vision etc. It's much better to put you into a sleepy state.

I always wondered why people were falling off the step ladders when looking through a large light bucket ,and here's me thinking they were just clumsy 😉

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Around here, we take Black Elderberry Syrup. We get ours from Amazon, they deliver quickly and right to the door. We take it something like 30 minutes before our normal bedtime, and when we start to feel sleep coming on, to bed we go. It comes with a dose cup. We don't take a full dose cup full. A little dab according to directions works well for us. If we take, say, a dose cup full, we are sleepy all the next day. We've had neighbors ask about it, they take it now and are doing very well. Some of them have some really serious health issues which are magically getting better now. If we have an infection, during the day we take Black Seed oil for that and we also take vitamins as well.

 

That is what we do. A lot of people are experiencing gross stress now, with all it's complications.

 

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On 2/15/2022 at 2:04 PM, Captainlove said:

As i said above im having problems with my sleep, I think its down to stress and worry, I do suffer from fight or flight alot. I need some good advise on how to get to sleep again as im getting fatigue and lightheaded,and can't do things that i normally would. Any good advise on how to get back to sleep. Thanks

start stretching , basic yoga

 

listen to 'the honest guys' meditation 

 

 

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Until you try you don't know but I reckon, your negative thinking, depression, stress, sleeping problem are all related and due to accumulation of negative energy which needs clearing. I don't know if you know how to do but when you do, the feeling of stress will melt like butter and you'll feel so relaxed that you want to sleep there and then. Much like how you feel after having a proper therapeutic massage (not the naughty kind). It's possible that someone sent something consciously or unconsciously towards you which is creating your negative thinking/depression. Not all of our physical illness or negative thinking are due to our fault. I am well aware of these things so if I suddenly start thinking or feel depressive for no reason, I get to work. No point in wearing dirty all over my aura. I've discovered a new one (I know loads) yesterday and it was fantastic. The trouble is, when you are clean, you become attractive. I don't mean beauty/handsom but like magnet and people keeps bumping into me to steal energy unconsciously. I don't know how many people did that today! After all, if you are dirty, nobody wants to come near you. Obviously I am talking in terms of invisible sense.

 

When I say clearing, people don't know more than salt bath, smudging, crystals etc.... I guess each to their own but I recommend you to do an extensive research on this subject. You will benefit from it in years to come and your life will improve in every way. I searched far and wide over the years.

 

 

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Thanks, I understand what your saying here. I do tend to get into fights and road rage alot recently. I wonder if im attracting alot of negative energy. Could you exlpain more about the clearing as i dont know about this.

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57 minutes ago, Youknownothingbutyou said:

Ever tried weed?

 

solved my insomnia

 

I don't think that would be appropriate. It's like trying to hide smell with weed. It's still there.

 

56 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

Thanks, I understand what your saying here. I do tend to get into fights and road rage alot recently. I wonder if im attracting alot of negative energy. Could you exlpain more about the clearing as i dont know about this.

 

It's a vicious cycle you are in.

You are not feeling good, irritated so you attract more of it and manifest it as road rage, fights and on it goes.

No.1 thing is to do cleansing first. Then you can start to act correctly so that you do not create more of the bad stuff. Basically what you put out there, you get back as a reflection, the world outside is your reflection. I suggest start looking into clearing 'evil eye'. It can create illness, bad luck for a start. To make it visual, it's like having many daggers on your back, no wonder you are not feeling good. lol Strangers are lovely and throw these so freely. Now you know why celebrities wear the red string on their wrist. It's to do with Mars. What does Mars do? One day, you will thank the drivers for giving you hard time. By then, it doesn't matter if they are still shouting, you know that you are not going to get affected and be smiling knowing what they are doing to themselves.

 

I am only giving you pointers and not giving you fish because you'll need more than one method and you'll find out the reasons why that is along the way.

It's upto you whether you are going to give up at the first hurdle and make your life even darker and die OR look for solutions as if your life depends on it and I don't think it's an overstatement. Imagine if you were having a worst case of flu and you still have to go and work in rain while everyone is tucked away nicely in dry warm bed. I was crawling but still kept going. One step ahead is one step ahead and I'm sure your life will improve if you learn.

 

 

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