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  1. Love this. Strange thing for me is, sometimes I feel like I get TOO much sleep — it’s either one or the other.

    Sometimes I’ll sleep for 10 hours and wake up groggy, and I’ll have a hard time starting my work (I’m a freelance writer and content marketer, so I HAVE to be able to wake up and motivate myself).

    Any tips on waking up without being so tired and groggy?

  2. What about the problem with shift work. Sleeping when you’re not tired and fighting sleep when you’re exhausted and dealing with switching from nights to days off and constantly waking up

    1. Thanks for your comment Michelle. The lifestyle you described could be a problem. Studies show that kind of schedule will produce negative mental and physical effects over time. It would be like eating fast food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for years. The results will be tragic.
      I recently decided to slow my life down and live more with less. I enjoy life more and will never look back. Hopefully, for people that are forced into living erratic schedules could better manage them over time.

  3. Rhonda Dennis says:

    Is there any type of food for vegetables that I will help me to sleep.

    1. Hi, protein helps you stay asleep. So, a little peanut butter or nuts like almonds or walnuts are prefect. Hope this is helpful.

      1. Thanks for your comment Debbie. I did not know that about nuts. I love assorted nuts as a snack. I guess I should enjoy closer to bed time.

    2. Thanks for your comment Rhonda. Great question. Off of the top of my head, I am not sure if there are any.

  4. Hussar Ali says:

    I like such articles