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    Originally Posted by Adrenolin View Post
    Shotgun a 4loko with it.. out like a light!
    Anything that can get me a good night sleep I’m in . I have horrible sleep

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    Originally Posted by Bro Bundy View Post
    Anything that can get me a good night sleep I’m in . I have horrible sleep
    Can't say I've ever felt refreshed after xanax and alcohol lol

    Any chance you might have sleep apnea? A sleep study might be beneficial to you

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    Originally Posted by Adrenolin View Post
    Can't say I've ever felt refreshed after xanax and alcohol lol

    Any chance you might have sleep apnea? A sleep study might be beneficial to you
    I thought only fat guys have that ?

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    Originally Posted by Bro Bundy View Post
    I thought only fat guys have that ?
    I think I have related issues when my bp is elevated, I'm dehydrated, or been drinking. If you have insurance to cover it, doesn't hurt to try it. My work requires it for anyone meeting the risks obese bmi (many muscular guys still have a high bmi as it's only weight related as to what's a healthy weight for your heart), snoring, neck size greater than 16.5...

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    Originally Posted by Bro Bundy View Post
    I thought only fat guys have that ?
    Actually, no Bundy not only fat dudes, people with a lot of mass (muscle) are very prone to have it, among many others. Ever since I've had a CPAP machine sleep has been great, more restful for sure. Most insurances that I'm aware of will cover both the sleep study, and a fair chunk of the machine, and mask, hoses, etc.
    Sometimes in life you have to stop and think, Is it worth the jail time?

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    Originally Posted by stonetag View Post
    Actually, no Bundy not only fat dudes, people with a lot of mass (muscle) are very prone to have it, among many others. Ever since I've had a CPAP machine sleep has been great, more restful for sure. Most insurances that I'm aware of will cover both the sleep study, and a fair chunk of the machine, and mask, hoses, etc.
    I was not aware of that

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    Years of working in the oilfield has trained me to be able to sleep when I need to. Just had coffee? No problem. When at home I’m usually in bed 2100 or so and up around 0400-0430
    Eat for where you want to be, not where you are

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    I just come home from work at about 7:30am strip down and lay in bed and fell asleep instantly
    sometimes I’m asleep on the wya home. Damn night shift lol

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    as a cementer you will be asleep for most of your trip,

    Originally Posted by creekrat View Post
    Years of working in the oilfield has trained me to be able to sleep when I need to. Just had coffee? No problem. When at home I’m usually in bed 2100 or so and up around 0400-0430
    ‘Trump is my idol, I aspire to look like him’ Gibs 2020

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    I've never had a problem sleeping. It's actually crazy. There was a car that crashed outside my window and it didn't wake me.

    One thing I make sure is; dark room, no light, no tv, no phone. I sometimes play raining music in the background (ambient background sound). I try to get 7-8hours a day of sleep.
    There are 2 kinds of pain in life... The pain of discipline and the pain of regret. Your choice...

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    Since I started taking a certain combo of vitamins/sups at night I've been sleeping better than I have in 20 yrs maybe. I take B-5, taurine, dhea, pregnenolone, magnesium and zinc about an hour before bed.
    I get in bed around 11-11:15 and work a crossword puzzle until I get real sleepy and fall asleep around 11:45, get up around 9. Then I'll take a 1 1/2-2 1/2 hr nap somewhere between 12:30-3PM (I don't always actually sleep the whole time), get up and eat my pre-workout meal, shower and hit the gym. I'm nearly 68 and I work out really hard so I guess I need the extra rest.

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    Originally Posted by Trump View Post
    as a cementer you will be asleep for most of your trip,
    You know what they say about cementer? Eat till we're sleepy and sleep till we're hungry
    Eat for where you want to be, not where you are

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    Ive found 3 things that help me.

    1.)I only use my bed for sleep (dont use a phone, watch Tv, or read in it) then your body is conditioned to automatically fall asleep

    2.) If you cant fall asleep dont just keep laying there, thats the worst thing you can do. Go walk down stairs for a drink.

    3.) If I think about myself sleeping or try repeating a lynyrd skynyrd song in my head, It knocks me out.
    "Speak loudly, and carry a little stick"

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    Anyone know of peptides that help delta sleep?

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    Originally Posted by JackDMegalomaniac View Post
    Ive found 3 things that help me.

    1.)I only use my bed for sleep (dont use a phone, watch Tv, or read in it) then your body is conditioned to automatically fall asleep

    2.) If you cant fall asleep dont just keep laying there, thats the worst thing you can do. Go walk down stairs for a drink.

    3.) If I think about myself sleeping or try repeating a lynyrd skynyrd song in my head, It knocks me out.
    1-hour before bed: shower, put on pajama shorts and tee.
    then either watch TV or game or read.
    30 mins before bed: read and protein, no more screens
    5 minutes before bed: pee, brush teeth, floss, set alarm

    Go to bed: generally around 11:00PM. Wake at 6:30AM (or 8:00 on weekend).

    Bed is only for sleeping.

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    Like others have said, no tv or phone while laying in bed. I’ve always had insomnia, so I found this helps.

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