Ugh can't sleep but I am detoxing so I know why. This is when anxiety sets in when I go so long without sleep.
So tired but just zombied and can't cross over the sleep line.
I know it will come but I wish I knew when. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz huh lol
awww you must feel awful, I can't function without at least some sleep....22hrs is a long time, detoxing must be damn tough...sure hope you can settle soon hon and get some zzzzzz's. how long will this sleepless stage last? good for you for doing this no matter how tough it gets....but I can sure sympathize with you right now..((hugs))
I have been there , when I lived in Florida I dont think I had 'much' sleep for 17 months ..I blamed the amount of electricity coming into the house, many folks are sensitive to EMF's..... Electro Magnetic fields.We had a Pylon quite near the house and too may electric outlets ... we moved after 17 months and I slept better in the new place
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