Broken Body Clock

@ajlasent (485)
October 7, 2012 7:34pm CST
I have a badly broken body clock. :( I'm awake during the night and I sleep throughout the day. It has been like this for quite a while now, 2 years (probably more) when I look back. I used to be able to turn it back to how it should be easily, but now I just have a really hard time. Sometimes when I do get to turn it back around, I find myself waking up after every hour at night and end up with a bad sleep so I just sleep in late 'til noon. I work from home and my schedule is very flexible which is why I have no other external motivation to set my body clock back to normal. Who else has sleep problems like me? How do you deal with it?
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@riyauro (6428)
• India
8 Oct 12
Oh yeah some people they say are like bats. .. I used to sleep late like 3am or 4 am but I want to change it cos all my day is ruined the following day. So I have slowly slowly started to sleep by 1am now and then I will make it even earlier than that because i really wanna wake up early. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day ahead.
• United States
8 Oct 12
That's happened to me before too. Did you ever work 3rd shift? That was my problems, I worked 3rd shift for a few months and after I went off of it I couldn't sleep for crap at night. I would be up until 5 or 6 in the morning and then sleep until 1 or 2. One day I didn't let myself go to sleep and I bought some Sominex (you don't need a prescription) and I took it around 8pm after being up since 2pm the previous day so I would be tired and I went to sleep at 9 and didn't wake up until 6 the next morning. I did that for a week or so and since then I've been on schedule. I hated when I had my days and nights mixed up, I like to be up and starting my day no later than 9am and sleeping until 1 or 2 was just unacceptable for me. Good Luck! =)
@ajlasent (485)
• Philippines
8 Oct 12
I don't know what it means to be working on third shift... .