Very sleepy day

I’ve been feeling very sleepy today. I can’t blame it on meds, as I’ve not taken anything different.

I just feel tired. I did not get much sleep last night, either.

I was up early this morning, because I had therapy at 10 AM! Therapy was good. We had a really good session. We did our session over zoom, because our roads were very icy. So I figured it’d be safer to do our session over zoom.

After therapy I tried to do some things but I was just feeling very sleepy. I went to bed for an hour, which turned into 3 hours.

I got up at 2 Pm and I tried watching some tv, but my brain wouldn’t function.

Trish, my PA came at 3 PM. She was here for 2 hours. We made chicken wraps for dinner, I put chicken, fried onions, peppers, cheese and chili mayo on my wraps.

I was having a hard time staying focused while she was here. She was talking and I was trying to listen but my mind was miles away.

When she left I decided to go out in the snow for a little while with Nitro. Then I watched TV for the rest of the evening. I dozed on and off while watching it.

It’s almost 9:30 now and I will probably go to bed soon. I guess some days it all gets too much for me when I haven’t gotten good sleep in a few nights.

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 “Very sleepy day”

  1. It seriously stinks having a sleepy day like that. But then it makes sense that you didn’t get any sleep last night after dozing on and off throughout the day. For me that would ruin night sleep completely as well. But perhaps now that you hadn’t got any sleep last night your brain will reset and you’ll be able to sleep better tonight. That’s what usually happens to me if I don’t sleep the whole night though I know that not all people are as lucky.

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