I have had this problem for a while now but my husband says I'm getting worse. I work 3 rd shift so I am used to being awake all night I also have 4 kids and I do keep up with them. Sometimes after work I can't go to sleep all day I just lay there and then I go back to work. Some times I will fall asleep in this time but only for 2-4 hours. When I don't work sometimes i can fall asleep around 5am but have to wake up to get my kids off to school once they are gone though I can't fall back to sleep. If I wake up on my own after only 2 hours sleep I feel rested and ready to go. If someone has to wake me I feel drained and just want to bury my head. I got a 2 hour nap about 36 hours ago but I'm still not tiered. My husband will be home any min. expecting me to be in bed trying to sleep notice I said trying. He says I am driving him nuts cause I move around too much and he feels like I am staring at him while he sleeps...LOL It is funny but i can't help it. I am so energized right now I feel like i could go for a run. But instead i think I'll go clean the house again. I don't want to take pills because I also have Crohn's and I'm tiered of all the meds. Is there anything else out there?
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