more sleeping at odd hours

i dont know what i should do. i seem to be just sleeping at all the wrong times. after class today i read for a while. about an hour or so. i read 3 chapters of the new cathy glass book called a long way from home. for those of you who arent aware of cathy glass she’s a foster parent from the UK who writes stories about her foster children. the new book just got released today. i had it on preorder. i’m a huge fan of hers. once i’m done reading it i’ll review it on here.

anyway after reading i decided to set my alarm and sleep for an hour. we had an hour before dinner was going to be ready. so thats what i did. and i did sleep too. i woke up before my alarm went off, with 3 minutes to the time that it would be going off. i went downstairs and ate dinner.

i still felt tired after dinner so after calling my mom i decided to lay back down. and i fell straight back to sleep again. and i’ve been asleep for most of the evening. i only woke at 10 Pm, let nitro out and now i’ve just made some tea. i think i’ll be awake now all night, ug.

i’ll have to catch up on blogs, read, and keep myself occupied. that wont be hard.

i dont know whether i’m sleeping because i’m actually tired, or whether its a bit of detoxing from not putting crap in my body, so my body is reacting and getting rid of the bad stuff by sleeping it off and stuff. or else its a little bit of depression because i have been feeling down lately and a little on the depressed side. its hard to know.

Anyone got any ideas?
carol anne

Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

14 thoughts on “more sleeping at odd hours”

  1. Maybe you’re tired since you do so much and the kids have been busy and all and detoxing? I think that sleeping enough is crucial, but maybe be stricter about an alarm during the day so you don’t cut into nighttime. I’d also drink a ton of water, since it helps move crap out of your system, whether old bad food or any illness bugs you may have run into. Have any of you ever been tested for diabetes? That can sometimes happen and make fatigue.


      1. My partner just got diagnosed with type 2, and he is cutting out all sugars and is sticking with low carbs and all. They say that losing weight and exercise help so much, so he’s doing that. It seems like you’re doing great.


      2. Yeah, it seems like your diet is a systemt hat doesn’t take actual cazlories etc. into account but it seems to work out somehow. When I went to the website, it doesn’t give it all away,since then no one would pay money and might just do it on their own. I’m glad it works for you.


  2. I think it might be a coincidence of more than one thing. You’re doing so much lately, changing your diet radically at the same time so your body needs to adapt to it, depression might get in the way too, and maybe some other things. You slept at odd hours for a few days already and it’s not easy to change sleep patterns during one day. But I am glad that you sleep, no matter at which hours. It’s annoying to sleep during the day when you don’t want to, but it’s always a sleep.

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