It Took 5 Minutes!
By andria perry
May 16, 2018 9:49am CST
For some reason, that I don`t really know, I have had a change in my night hours. Instead of bed before or at midnight I have been going to bed at 2 am. This makes me have to use the alarm clock to wake up and its cut me a couple hours of sleep. I need my sleep, I work hard and sleep hard. This morning I finally woke to the beeping of the alarm, I turned over and looked and the clock had been beeping for 5 minutes! This is not good. Tonight I will force myself to go to bed, even if I read myself to sleep, which I do anyways, I will go to sleep faster. Do you need an alarm to wake?
25 people like this
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
I have to take medicine that is for sleep or I will nor sleep once and that high dose of a antidepressant knocks me out about 10 hours most nights, I usually go to sleep between 7-8 pm wake up anytime between 3-5 am My cat was playing with my hair so I got up as an average time for me at 4:55 am this morning!
• Peoria, Arizona
I am guilty of this. Yes if I need to wake up at a certain time I use an alarm but alarms are like my enemy, sometimes I won't even hear them or I will fall back asleep unexpectedly when I turned off the alarm. Then my mom has to wake me up which scares me so bad that I end up crying. And this is why I do everything in the evening or not sleep if I have to wake up early.
• Marion, Kansas
When I am through with the job, in a few days no, I will not need an alarm unless I want one. I may want one I am thinking that in order to beat the heat in the summer I should get up and outside really early, nap mid day and then get up for a while in the evening. I slept through the alarm this morning but still was up in plenty of time.
• United States
Even before the baby arrived, I seemed to have this internal clock that when I know a time I have to be up I either wake about 20 minutes before or wake up way before and can't go back to sleep. I may have had to reply on an alarm a hand full of times in my whole life.