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Sleep day 5 update and thy host has got his beautysleep


Had a nap at London Heathrow as well

Finally got my sleep so sorry that I haven’t replied to the comments today but will go back to sleep land now. My solution was brilliant, couldn’t sleep so at 6am today I took the tube to random place. Just realised that if I ever travel either by bus or train, I’m the most anti-social person ever because I fall asleep straight away.

So have been travelling from London Heathrow to Cockfoster (a good 2 hour trip) almost the entire day just sleeping on the tube. Am so happy…

Have a great day/evening all.



And just an aside, 4th day now of no sleeping. I just can’t sleep and now it’s starting to bother me. Sleeping pills if the same tonight but at least I get to go through my DVD and tv series. Whohoo. 🙂

O sleep! O gentle sleep! Nature’s soft nurse, how have I frighted thee, That thou no more wilt weigh my eyelids down And steep my senses in forgetfulness?  Henry IV

Bastard insomnia

what a bed of roses I have me 2nd day of not sleeping and getting into the third one now, happens from time to time but it’s damn annoying, my body tells me to sleep but 1hr later you’re still laying there looking at the ceiling wide awake and wondering when that sandman dude is gonna come along, maybe he got stuck with a  big backlog but still… Worst insomnia I’ve ever had was 4 days, worst week of my life. My mind was really messed up then, remember trying to order a lunch and was just standing there thinking about why my fingers was different size when that poor waitress just wanted me to order. Your mind is a fucked up thing sometimes…

So decided now to read more about insomnia, found quite a lot but the worst part I found was this:

A survey of 1.1 million residents in the United States conducted by the American Cancer Society found that those who reported sleeping about 7 hours per night had the lowest rates of mortality, whereas those who slept for fewer than 6 hours or more than 8 hours had higher mortality rates. Getting 8.5 or more hours of sleep per night increased the mortality rate by 15%. Severe insomnia – sleeping less than 3.5 hours in women and 4.5 hours in men – also led to a 15% increase in mortality

I sleep about 5 hours a night, that’s enough for me, more than 6 hours and I get really grumpy. But now, sleeping less than 6 hours (higher mortality rate) and include smoking into that as well, I’m soooooo doomed Ok, gonna continue with my standup marathon of Eddie Murphy, Robin Williams, Martin Lawrence, Billy Crystal and more…

Btw, I have tried all my tricks, even watched The Big Blue, which I love, so I know every sentence of the movie and usually that works, I mean watching a new movie sucks because then I wanna know what’s gonna happen so I stay awake to see the ending. I even tried the most boring radioshow in London and no luck. aaarrgghh…

Ok, think I will…. zzzzzzzzzzzZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzZZZZZZZZ………..

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