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Ee Dan
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Thanks for the reminder. I do have the Vitamin B12 and D at home. It's my DH who has been taking the B12. I think there is some of it in Polyvite, but maybe not as much. I took one this morning and felt it calmed down my nerves a bit. Quite immediate effects  

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Quoted from Symbi
That second wind at night is really bad as it can mean that you end up staying up late and then wake up very tired in the am.

Thanks Symbi!  I've had several of those "second-wind hangovers" lately with my sinus congestion.

Ballet, maybe you can get your rhythms readjusted to your work schedule instead of the sun with those supplements.  Good luck!
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Ballet - glad it was only a dream
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AO + MN Super-taster SWAMI-X Explorer
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Cheers Balletomaine!  Good gracious you Os with vivid dreams .  The stories my DH and DD tell of their dreams (sometimes I get weird graphic ones too).  Glad that you're having nice ones Possum.  

You're right to be worried about weight eating lots of food before sleep, I've put a little on lately cos I started having supper too late but that's another thing.  Sometimes the next day I feel like I don't need as much breakfast and need some extra exercise to work it off.  A wholemeal snack before bed for me or I get acid reflux. Everyone has to listen to their bodies and we are all different!  Makes life interesting!

Four hours sleep is no good at all for your adrenals and the rest of you. Is there a way to fix that?  Like could you get your fibroids removed? or change your shifts to daytime. Something? Just worried that lack of sleep can really build up and cause other health problems down the line.  

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IBS, Fibro, Hashimotos, Adenomyosis, Oral Lichen Planus, Breast Cancer, Terminal case of Optimism
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