Why is getting out of bed so hard?

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    Sep 28, 2013 4:09 AM GMT
    Why is getting to sleep is so hard as well? I mean once i wake up i feel like i have been gangbanged while asleep, my whole body is swimming in pleasure and the bed feels soooo damn warm and good like its wrapping its arms around me, but before I fall asleep the night before i feel like I'm on pure caffeine and the bed feels hard and uncomfortable and the time spent trying to fall asleep can be quite annoying and boring.

    why did evolution make the body feel the opposite of what would be practical?
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    Sep 28, 2013 4:28 AM GMT
    you're feeling lonely at your subconscious level, Perhaps?
    Or some sleeping problem?

    Use your bed only for sleeping, rest of the time stay away from it.
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    Sep 28, 2013 5:24 AM GMT
    The main problem is that work schedules begin too early.
    So, as soon as you climb into bed (way earlier than you'd like), it's weighing on your mind that you've got to get to sleep because you've got to get up too early to go to work.

    Once I had a job where the hours were from NOON to 8:00 PM. There was zero stress about having to go to bed at a certain time, and having to get up at a certain time. So, I slept well.

    It's a huge jar to your system being jolted awake by an alarm clock.
    We should be able to go to bed when we're sleepy, and get up when we're well rested.

    We should never have to get up while it's still dark outside.
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    Sep 28, 2013 6:03 AM GMT
    You're simply not a morning person. Hit the shower when you get out of bed and then grab some coffee.
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    Sep 28, 2013 4:12 PM GMT
    I have the same problem , and it is getting worst with age , my field of work takes me to different continents and time zones , sometimes by body doesn't even know if it day time or nite time ..lol..
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    Sep 28, 2013 4:15 PM GMT
    I can make you get up...
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    Sep 28, 2013 8:42 PM GMT
    Webster666 saidThe main problem is that work schedules begin too early.

    I'm retired now, 3 years I think, and I still love lying in bed when I wake up in the morning. If I don't start setting the alarm clock I get out of bed later and later and before I know it it's noon before I'm up.

    My problem is going to bed at a reasonable time. It's easy to stay up just a little longer which makes you need to sleep in a little later. Setting the alarm clock and getting up earlier makes me sleepy earlier.
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    Sep 28, 2013 9:00 PM GMT
    Jaggal saidYou and your threads....at least you're hot.


    Didn't you just join? whom are you to criticize...and thanks icon_wink.gif
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    Sep 28, 2013 11:16 PM GMT
    i2ci2i saidWhy is getting to sleep is so hard as well? I mean once i wake up i feel like i have been gangbanged while asleep, my whole body is swimming in pleasure and the bed feels soooo damn warm and good like its wrapping its arms around me, but before I fall asleep the night before i feel like I'm on pure caffeine and the bed feels hard and uncomfortable and the time spent trying to fall asleep can be quite annoying and boring.

    why did evolution make the body feel the opposite of what would be practical?


    I have EXACTLY the same. I hate it. Its on my top 3 of things I hate! I am NOT a morning person! But as someone suggested, a nice shower helps. (if its not cold (thats number 2 in my top 3!)) Also when I had to get up early for internship, I ate a lot of fruit, took multivitamin and had a good breakfast. That does help.
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    Sep 28, 2013 11:35 PM GMT
    Well... technology is one reason. When we sleep we deal with our tablets smartphones tvs computers and we feel tired because of [melatonin] production that arises when we sleep. Yay or nay? Our response to daylight and nighttime causes us to sleep. So at night if we are exposed to light we feel stressed and we cant ease into sleep. Then in the morning we feel knackered.

    Also exercise. The more exercise you do you will probably feel better sleeping.
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    Sep 29, 2013 12:28 AM GMT
    I assume you're on here right until you try falling asleep. And that is probably pretty late due to you being a couple of hours ahead of us in Ireland. Leaving the party (so to say) when it's still in full swing doesn't help either. So, sign off 30 min before you want to go to sleep and read something. You will fall asleep so much better.
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    Sep 29, 2013 12:33 AM GMT
    Maybe you need a cuddle buddy to fall asleep fastericon_biggrin.gif
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    Sep 29, 2013 1:13 AM GMT
    Because being under the warm covers, especially when it is cool in the house, is like heaven on earth.

    Oh, and you're not a morning person as someone else said... icon_smile.gif
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    Sep 29, 2013 1:49 AM GMT
    Do you stick to a regular sleep schedule, getting up and going to bed at the same times? If so you'll have an easier time.

    Jaggal saidYou and your threads....at least you're hot.

    For a good night's sleep, maybe he needs a higher thread count!
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    Sep 29, 2013 1:52 AM GMT
    Learn "sleep hygiene" and apply these principles before you go to sleep.

    Learn how to get out of bed immediately when you wake up and get moving in order to kick start your metabolism upon waking.

    Learning "how to go to sleep" and "how to wake up" take practice, discipline, in order to become habit.
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    Sep 29, 2013 2:05 AM GMT
    I'm glad I'm able to fall asleep and wake up wirhout problems.
  • jo2hotbod

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    Sep 29, 2013 2:15 AM GMT
    With me it's stress and depression, the stress of the day ending being all wound up and the depression of the realization for morning it's starting all over again
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    Sep 29, 2013 9:50 AM GMT
    To me this only appended when I was in Canada. I just couldn't get out of the bed in the morning and I hated talking to anyone for the first one hour and even coffee seem to have no effect. In India, I just wake up bam and I am ready to go.