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Night owls and insomniacs listen up

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Re: Night owls and insomniacs listen up

@newname0   What a wonderful thought--interesting Irish saying I've never encountered before.  Sort of comforting when experiencing a sleepless night (which fortunately for me) is exceedingly rare.

 

Thanks for posting.

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Love this! Never heard it before. Someone spends an awful lot of time dreaming about me!😄

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Re: Night owls and insomniacs listen up

What a sweet thought!  Making lemonade out of lemons.

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Re: Night owls and insomniacs listen up

What kind of dreams...that's a little creepy.

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@kitcat51 wrote:

What kind of dreams...that's a little creepy.


 

Lighten up Lassie

 

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Someone out there is dreaming of me every single night! LOL

Seriously, 2 of my meds have insomnia as side effects!  Up until 3 a.m. some nights.

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Re: Night owls and insomniacs listen up

That's a lovely way to think of it.

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Re: Night owls and insomniacs listen up

Unfortunately, that's little consolation when you're twisting and turning at 3 am.

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@Kachina624 wrote:

Unfortunately, that's little consolation when you're twisting and turning at 3 am.


 

When that happens to me I get up and drink some milk.  It takes about 20 minutes to work but I do fall asleep again.  Calcium is Nature's sleeping pill.

 

Also when my husband was anxious a doctor told him to take Melatonin.  This helps.

 

So sorry to hear of your condition.  Hope it improves.