Would you consider it to be chronic, or acute?
How has it affected you- fatigue, clumsiness, weight loss/gain...?
I do, from insomnia. I've suffered from insomnia for over 3 years now :/ I usually start to feel fatigue late afternoon, and it helps to chew gum for some reason, haha.
No, I use to have insomnia but ds wears me out so much during the day that I sleep just fine now :)
Hmm...I would say acute. Although no matter how much I sleep, I am especially tired at work. I'm usually ok if my son sleeps until 5am, but days like today (when he decided to get up at 4), I'm working hard to keep my eyes open. And as much as I would like to have coffee, it's only a temporary solution during the day because it keeps me up at night and tenses my muscles.
Well yeah! It's called having an almost 5 month old baby who is EBF. Hopefully it will be acute but too early to tell and it effects my memory or is that called having an almost 5 month old as well?
I have a really hard time getting to sleep every night. Once I do go to sleep I sleep for a short time and wake up. That's me all night
I've suffered chronic sleep disorders most of my life. Insomnia has always been with me, though having four kids doesn't help. After so long, it really doesn't bother my day to day, except for my temper and anxiety. When I can't sleep well for several nights, my phobias become harder to control. 8^/
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