About Me: Male, 64, Las Vegas, NV, member since Jan 2012
I'm retired, live alone, sleep & eat when I'm tired or hungry. No set schedule as family all live out of town. I'm semi ambulatory (can walk but generally use cane) from bad fall from broken fire escape 2 stories, which required rod in my right Femur. Health wise seem t
[More]o be ok (tests normal ranges) but do have gas tendencies (in my accident I also lost my teeth and dentures or implants don't work because of jaw alignment. I tend to think the digestive problems are related. Been charting my sleep patterns for sometime. Originally started when I noticed various intensities of Tinnitus which were circadian, and was looking for patterns. my sleep pattern presented here is normal for me all my life as is the Tinnitus. When I was younger and worked I had my own business and adjusted my schedule accordingly. Any work variation resulted in similar effects as shift work.Had Open Heart Sugery April of 2013
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