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    Saeng Ggul
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    Hi,

    I’ve been working on restriction sleep therapy that my bedtime window is from 12 to 6. However, I always struggle to be awake until 12 and I can barely keep my eyes open watching tv. The problem happens when I eventually go to bed and lie down as I immediately feel alert with anxiety and it throws me off for the rest of the night.

    Should I go to bed when I am tired but keep the wake up time consistent? I am worried that I will still wake up in the middle of the night and won’t be able to fall back asleep.

    Any advice or experience you would like to share? Greatly appreciated.

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