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How To Stop Feeling Like Sleeping All Day

Updated on September 23, 2013

How To Stop Feeling Like Sleeping All Day

Who hasn't experienced feeling sluggish and sleepy all day long, especially on a rainy and cold morning, that is the last thing you want to do is get out of bed and get ready for work. You've thought about calling in sick, but it wouldn't be the right thing to do, so up and at em; you get out of bed, get dressed and drive in that yucky mess to work. Your work performance as well as your short patience will have to endure your sleepy feeling.

It isn't professional for you to yawn in front of co-workers and your boss, but you can't help it. Coffee hasn't helped you any more than your bed and a fluffy pillow. You think that humming that weepy office music over and over again will wake you up, instead you nodded off just when the boss walked by your desk.

If you would have gotten to bed at a decent hour last night you wouldn't be having this problem today at work, "Now would you?" You partied all night and now you'll have to pay all day. A good thing to do to stop the feeling of knocking everything from your desk and curling up on top; try this, jog in place for a couple of minutes or do some deep knee bends, it beats slapping yourself in the face trying to wake yourself up. Purchase a stress ball and keep it in your desk at work, and squeeze it every time you get the urge to fall asleep.

Chew gum, don't fall asleep and choke on it. Drank plenty of water, it energizes better than coffee, trust me. Eating a good breakfast will give you the energy and nutrition you'll need throughout the day. And never underestimate the sense in going to bed at a decent hour at night. Just make sure all task are done before your bedtime and don't think of anything that will keep you up at night. Stressful days can interfere with your nights only if you let it, so right before bed do not talk to anyone about anything stressful, so all of your problems should exit your mind at night before bed. This includes not talking on the phone at night with your gossiping aunt Myrna. She always seems to get you all pumped up talking about your family problems, which in return keeps you up at night, with emotions that have you angered, annoyed or worried.

Take a long relaxing bath at night and if you have someone special in your life, have that person give you a nice massage, it helps. Just remember to return the favor to your special friend another night. During the weekends when you're not working, do something relaxing like going to the beach for a picnic and a nice swim or you can spend the weekend being lazy in your home.

If you find that nothing is working for you, you might have a medical problem like anemia, hypoglycemia (low Blood sugar) or you could possibly be depressed and need to seek a physicians help for any one of these problems. Get out of your house and do something outside like gardening or raking leaves, or go someplace with friends like to the mall or a fitness center.

Try adding a muiti-vitamin to your diet, it might do the trick. However, it is good to talk to your physician before taking any kinds of medications or vitamins. I hope this works for you so that your days can be enjoyed without that sleepy feeling.




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      sweetguide 5 years ago from River side

      Good one dear Affinity2010