I was talking to my manger the other night about sleep. As I was working two jobs at the time and going to school and how was feel like I'm always tired. (was working at UPS during the day then going to school right after I got off the some nights going straight to White Castle ((my other job)) from there and working night shift. It was killing me not getting no sleep and my work was suffering because of it. I sometimes find myself falling a sleep on my way home from working night shift. So I quit UPS hoping that would help out but I still have trouble sleeping.
He told me that I may have sleep apnea.. he said that what it sounded like from what i was telling him. (he would know he has sleep apnea himself..))
So last night, I decided to record myself sleeping to see if it was even remotely possible. I noted at least 61 times me waking or making weird noises...
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