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    Lack of sleep is one of my main migraine triggers!
    I'm always careful to get enough or bad stuff happens!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    I start feeling extremely sick if i dont get much sleep. Next week i am starting myself on going to bed at 9pm(except monday nights as my fav tv show is on) to get myself into a better mind frame as i know i will struggle with school runs in the mornings when it starts.

    When i feel sleep deprived not only do i feel sick but i cant physically do anything including general house work.

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    hahah and you'd laugh at me going to bed at 9!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmPowering View Post
    hahah and you'd laugh at me going to bed at 9!
    Haha but your a nana

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    I can not cope with lack of sleep, if I havent slept DH has to have the next day off work or I'm in pieces.

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    My son didn't sleep through until he was 2, and I coped ok. But it's not optimal.

    Op, have you had a blood test recently to check your levels are ok?

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    Ive been sleep deprived for nearly 2 years now!!!!
    But I have worked, shift work, on call 24 hour etc so nothing new.
    I am lucky that I have only ever needed 6-7 hours of sleep, whereas DH needs about 9!!!!
    I find I can also go one night with hardly any sleep and I'll be ok, but NOT 2 nights in a row with no sleep.
    And needless to say, drink waaay too much coffee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peasmum View Post
    Hi OP just wanted to say it doesn't matter if u have kids or not. I remember many times before having DS when I would cry just out of sheer exhaustion from what seemed like 'no reason'

    Hope u get some rest soon
    This was me before dd. dd isn't the best sleeper now so if we've had a rough few nights I'm a mess. I think my body has adapted to it but I still feel tired everyday.

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    Yes, extreme lack of sleep is terrible! Like another poster I have been so tired that I was hallucinating and felt like I was on something. I have also fallen asleep at the wheel for a split second and it was ok but I have never driven while that tired again.

    With just normal lack of sleep... I didn't think it was getting to me that much and was boasting a few months ago that I am used to having only 4-5 hours a night and felt fine with that much. Then a few weeks ago we were on holidays and in the same room as the kids, so we went to sleep at 7 with them and woke up at 6/7 with them every night for a week. By the end of that week my energy levels were sky high! I wasn't constantly hungry, my head was SO clear and I felt great. It made me really see how poorly my body is trying to cope with such little sleep. I have slipped back into bad habbits with the comp and tv back home again but after spending yesterday feeling horrible, I am pledging to try to sleep better again! lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    My son didn't sleep through until he was 2, and I coped ok. But it's not optimal.

    Op, have you had a blood test recently to check your levels are ok?
    No But I'm due for a script next month so I'll get that looked at. Thanks.

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    I'm not good on lack of sleep. I become grumpy, lazy and very short tempered. Not pleasant for anyone. I too have been known to cry and retreat due to lack of sleep so your not alone Jerty. I think that is part of why I get so annoyed when hubby sleeps in regularly and I rarely get to. It is also one of my epilepsy triggers so it isn't healthy for me. Good thing I'm well medicated or I'd be seizing almost daily. I need 8.5 hours ideally but that hasnt happened in ages.

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