I wonder what the best time of day is for others w/ CFS. My best is dusk b/c I know it's nearly time for me to wrap up my day of doing basically nothing and try to sleep, at which point I feel less like I "have to do" something. I've largely reconciled myself to the fact that I can't do much but it just seems easier to roll w/ that when it's nighttime. I used to hate evenings b/c I knew I'd just be in for another night of insomnia, tossing & turning until I heard morning's birds. When the birds started chirping, I started cursing. Now, I'm in a different phase where I have interrupted sleep but at least I can have some sleep. Nothing deep or refreshing but I'll take it over nothing. What's your fav. time of day, why?
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