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Well that was fun (not really) by Fiz

Been having a hard time with getting to sleep lately. Stuff like going to bed at midnight but laying in bed until 5 am, then sleeping only a few hours while the entire time waking up constantly to go to the bathroom or to get a drink.

Then I woke up, got on the PC and was greeted with the spam attack. NOT WHAT I WANTED TO WAKE UP TO >:C Thanks so much to our techs and devs who were able to clean that up so well.

Blah blah cranky.

Anyway hi how are you guys.

Well that was fun (not really)

Fiz

21 February 2014 at 13:24:25 MST

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    Lol, good now that you guys were kickass at getting rid of those spammers. :) Thank you. You do such a great job!

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      Thank you!

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    Thank fuck for the filter feature.

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      Eh the guy started changing the tags on the second round to 'male' and 'female', blocking those would have cut out a huge chunk of the site :C

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    Spam attack? I didn't even notice it. :v

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      Happened earlier today for a few hours

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    You're a little bit stressed, perhaps? You should try to get to bed earlier. Personnally i've always had trouble sleeping because I always do shitty nightmares

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      Eh the problem is even if I do go to bed earlier, I just end up laying there forever :T

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        You have too much on your mind, probably :\ Well, like anyone would said, maybe it's just because you're not tired. Maybe you need an activity on the day that will make you tired at night. Personnally my best nights were when I was spending my days working until midnight, dude, at home I would just fall on my bed and sleep

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    Most common sleep problems are related to too much caffeine, too much alcohol, not enough exercise, and not enough time just relaxing before bed. Basically tire yourself out and don't mess with your head too much. =P

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      I could use more exercise tbh but it's hard to exercise when you're tired and sore all the time haha. Unfortunately my sleep problem isn't a common thing, it's part of fibromyalgia. Causes sleep disturbances. Just wishing I could figure out something to help with that

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    Huh, FA had a similar problem yesterday.

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      Yea it was the exact same problem. Took care of it in different ways though.

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    Awesome job on the spammers ^-^

    Having a few problems myself with sleeping atm, so I know the feeling >.< 'cuddles'

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      Thank you!

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    Melatonin has been my saviour for nights like that.

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      Yea I've tried taking melatonin and various other supplements that are supposed to help with sleep. Didn't help at all :c

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        Hmm. If this has been an ongoing problem and nothing is helping, I actually recommend seeing a doctor. Sleep is very important and they'll be able to help you figure it out.

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          Ah naw I know what the problem is. It's sleep disturbances caused by my fibromyalgia. It's just been really bad this week.

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    Laying in bed waiting for sleep for 5 hours? I know that feeling all too well.
    I think mine is caused by an inconsistent sleep schedule(internet, projects) and my mind wanting to go do stuff as soon as I get in bed. Taking melatonin keeps me in bed for 12 hours.

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      My mind wanders a lot when I go to bed, it doesn't help at all. I'm glad melatonin is able to help you though :)

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        Melatonin helps TOO much, unfortunately, and I don't get anything done.

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    I used to have problems getting to sleep as well. I suffer from general anxiety disorder and night terror. I discovered something called ASMR though, which stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. It's a new phenomenon where listening or watching certain things triggers like a relaxation state in your body. ^^ For example, the sound of running water like a bath or waterfall helps me to sleep. On Youtube there's looooads of artists who practice lots of different types of ASMR from whispering, meditation, visual triggers like paint brushes or sounds like bubblewrap. I always need it to help me sleep and for the most part, it relaxes my mind enough to help with sleep. I really recommend looking into it, you might find something that triggers it in you. ^____^

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9tt9eWOtGk <--- An introduction to it. I hope you get the rest you need soon. :(