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    Hi guys , i just saw this forum , glad i found some people that undergo the same stuff as me .
    In the past i had some trouble sleeping from time to time but nothing to worry about . During quarantine , i had a day of no sleeping at all due to the fact i went late for sleep , about 3 am and hour changing , it was actually 4 am . So i didnt sleep at all and that thing got me soo frustrated , i went through the net to see sleeping disorder symptoms and stuff like that , that worsened the case a lot . I eventually got hypochondriac and started forcening myself to bed everytime i lie down. The problem comes and goes , i worry the last 6 months about falling asleep rather than my ambition of getting the engineering degree and in general , i lead a hectic life . These 6 months i had 4 sleepless nights and nights i fall asleep after 2 or 3 hours , during my time at a part time job , i was having a really good sleeping routine (falling asleep at 00.30 am max and waking up at 7.30), but part time job is over at the garage shop and im back to my duties as a student . I dont think i can hide the problem anymore , it really got bad when i started checking online sleep deprivation effects . What to do ?




    Welcome to the forum and thanks for sharing.

    It sounds like you had a hectic lifestyle recently! Stressful events can certainly cause sleep disruptions and usually when that stressor is gone, your sleep returns to normal. When we change our thoughts and behaviors about our sleep it can perpetuate the problem.

    What is the biggest challenge you face with sleep now that you have a less hectic schedule? If you’re not able to fall asleep within 2-3 hours, are you continuing to lie in bed or do you get out of bed and engage in something less frustrating?

    Scott J

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