3:30 AM, and insomnia strikes, again!

I can’t sleep. I’ve not gotten any sleep at all tonight. I’ve been online most of the night. Luckily I had plenty of blog posts and emails to read. I also read a lot. It kept me busy. Its 3:30 AM now. No sign of me sleeping. I give up. I should get up and shower and get dressed, what is the point is lying there with my mind whirling…that won’t solve anything. I think too much and that is dangerous lol. Plus I have the munchies, I got very hungry all of a sudden. I might finish my book tonight, it is a really good book, I am racing through it. Ok, off to make tea, shower and get dressed, before I read some more. Good morning world!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. 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.

4 thoughts on “3:30 AM, and insomnia strikes, again!”

  1. Have you tried to meditate? For example a body scan but holding your attention at a comfortable distance from your body? For example my feet are calm and I am calm… by focusing attention on the feet from about a few inches or yards away, where it feels comfortable to hold it…?

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