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Have you ever been so tired you couldn't sleep?

  1. Daniel J. Neumann profile image59
    Daniel J. Neumannposted 7 years ago

    Have you ever been so tired you couldn't sleep?

    Why is that?

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    anthony879posted 7 years ago

    Ever feel tired or hungry even though you just ate and had plenty of sleep? ... The creates a beautiful irony - have you ever felt so tired you couldn't sleep

  3. tdebrick profile image61
    tdebrickposted 7 years ago

    Definitely at that point right now. I have been in front of this computer for 4 hours.

  4. TwO1FouR profile image59
    TwO1FouRposted 7 years ago

    I always seem to have that problem when I stay up too long. I get to the point where I just want to lay down and sleep but I never do...

    Don't know why it happens to me personally. I could never understand either... Oh well.

  5. Goodpal profile image91
    Goodpalposted 7 years ago

    My overactive brain is the prime culprit. Often there is too much stress or worries, my sleep is the first casualty. I try relaxing with music, meditation or with brainwave audios. The last mentioned is just a few week old discovery -- it is simply amazing. I think everyone should use them.

    There had been situations where I was extremely tired -- too tired to sleep. Then I accept the fact that I might or might not be able to sleep. It helps me.

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    Surabhi Kauraposted 7 years ago

    Yeah, whilst I get home work from my school and study 8 hours.. fatigue happens to take place. Once, I had law exam in grade 11 and I was studying the whole night, I didn't look at the clock and when I looked and the number count at the bottom.. I must go to bed... it was 4'o clock in the morning. So, yes after being horrendously busy, I was tired and couldn't sleep.

    Now the question here arises: why is that? The answer is simple, once you are determined to do something, you don't care about your comforts or your sleep, you only care about your work which is to be done. When one finishes his/her work, then he/she seeks the pleasures of slumber. It is rightly said, "to achieve something, sometimes you have to lose something"... here, sleep fits in this case.