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Night energy - April 10th 2018, 09:54 PM

Hi. For the last year or so i have started my day very tired. I got more awake every hour and at night (10:00) i had so much energy that i just jumped and ran around the apartment for an hour. When i get to bed i still need a lot of time to fall asleep.
Will this affect me in any way?
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Re: Night energy - April 11th 2018, 12:03 AM

What do you mean by will this effect you? If you are staying up too late and not getting enough rest than it's likely contributing to the lack of energy. It would probably be a good idea to go in and talk to a doctor to rule out any physical reasons for this. If that is ruled out than you might need to figure out if there is a psychological reason for this. If you don't have a physical reasons for getting like this it might be a good idea to set a schedule so that you are in bed by 9pm. That way you don't have the energy spurt happen and you can get a decent nights sleep.

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Re: Night energy - April 11th 2018, 02:34 PM

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I agree with the above in talking to your doctor, especially since we aren't professionals here.

It is possible that if you are feeling energised at night, you will feel tired in the morning, which only keeps the cycle going. Along with ruling out any physical explanations by going to your doctor, you might also want to make sure that you aren't eating and drinking late, particularly anything caffeinated, and roughly an hour before bed, avoid screens and anything that keeps your mind active or makes you feel more alert. Try to create a relaxing bed time, so even if you have energy to run around your apartment, try to avoid doing this and instead find something to soothe and calm you, whether that's reading, having a relaxing bath, doing meditation, journaling etc.

If it takes a while to get to sleep, it might help to get out bed and do something boring for a little while. Personally, I just sit up or walk around my room for 20-30 minutes, then try going back to bed and sleep. Try to avoid doing anything that might make you more awake and alert though. I also agree with the above in trying to set a bed time and sticking to it as well.

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