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    Mac | LFK
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    Re: Trouble Sleeping

    Post by Mac | LFK on 2013-08-16, 09:28

    looking @ a computer screen when its dark with no lights on makes me sleepy lul.
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    Re: Trouble Sleeping

    Post by Blake on 2013-08-18, 06:01

    I have the same problem, but when I do sleep my hellish dreams wake me. I still function normally for the most part.
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    Re: Trouble Sleeping

    Post by Understand on 2013-08-18, 06:43

    Number one thing, don't ever take sleeping pills.

    I've had sleeping issues in the past but that's because my daily schedule kept me occupied during the night so I had no chance but to rest during the day and so that became a habit for quite a while. After that, I had trouble adjusting to my normal sleeping cycle, so what I did one day, was stay up the whole night without sleeping during the day (i almost slept since i was really tired) but after ~10pm, I crashed and got a good night sleep and my routine was back in order.

    Do you not sleep at all at night or do you get a few hours in before you wake up?
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    Re: Trouble Sleeping

    Post by Shygodd on 2013-08-18, 09:36

    Can't believe no one mentioned this..

    Do you use the computer throughout the day and then quite late? do some exercise throughout the day then don't use the computer for like ~3 hours before you sleep. Take like a hot bath and a mug of hot chocolate or something at the same time then sleep.

    The more i use the computer the harder it is for me to sleep that night.  If you have to use the computer late, for work or whatever i'd recommend getting f.lux which alters the colour of the screen kinda according to the time of day, so at night the screen is a mellow crimson and it supposedly much easier on the eyes and helps with sleeping after.

    if you don't use the computer much then yeah what everyone else said: exercise, sleeping pills, hot bath, hot chocolate Smile

    http://justgetflux.com/
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    Re: Trouble Sleeping

    Post by Sam on 2013-08-18, 10:00

    Shygodd wrote:i'd recommend getting f.lux which alters the colour of the screen kinda according to the time of day
    You can adjust the settings yourself, based on the type of light in your room (fluorescent, daylight, candle, etc.), so the brightness doesn't hurt your eyeballs. If I disable f.lux for a minute or two, I can instantly feel the negative effects on my eyes--that shit hurts too.

    10/10 would recommend f.lux

    It looks like this (Gunnar Optics):


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    Re: Trouble Sleeping

    Post by The Uzumaki on 2013-09-15, 08:34

    I'm not kidding but wanking gets me tired and I always go to sleep easily
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    Re: Trouble Sleeping

    Post by Daft Punk on 2013-09-15, 08:38

    Doodle wrote:I'm not kidding but wanking gets me tired and I always go to sleep easily
    Problem solved guys dw.

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