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Sleeping problem

by AllenHe
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AllenHe
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Dec24-13, 05:58 AM
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About 3years ago I moved to a new place with my parents, and since then I couldn't sleep early. Usually I could only sleep at 1 or 2 am in midnight(12 pm if lucky), and had to wake up at 6.30 for school. The lack of sleep made me very sleepy during the day, basically my brain wasn't fresh for even one day.

Recently I tried sleeping early, but still get very sleepy after I wake up.
Do I have to continue sleeping early for a very long period of time in order to repay my 'sleeping debts'? Or it's not possible?

Someone help please.. :(
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Ryan_m_b
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Dec24-13, 07:07 AM
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Sorry but we can't give you medical advice here. It's best to speak to your doctor.


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