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Anonymous (reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

Hi Maryann.

I'm new to this place and have the slightest idea of the way you do things here. But anyway, it's nice to become part of your community. I suppose all telling their own stories of sleep issues and overcoming it here.

So maybe my story might help someone. About four months ago I managed to destroy my healthy sleep completely. I can't say that it was due to stress. There was kind of mixture of reasons.

At first, I had to sleep for about 4 hours a day because of my job and the Internet addiction. Then when I ceased using the internet at night took care of my work schedule, I just couldn't fall asleep when I was in bed and that caused fatigue on my job, fatigue on the job caused general anxiety and anxiety cause more difficulties with sleep, and it was growing like a snowball.

At 3rd-4th week it turned in complete madness and horror. I had 2-3 hours of restless nap a day. I was seeing shadows and felt complete despair and terror, crying all the time and suicidal thoughts occupied my brain.

Then I just realized the reality of two ways, either kill myself or do everything possible to change the situation.

And you know, the solution turned to be as simple as that. It's just a lot of physical exercise, meditation, and hypnosis. For the hypnosis, I took the course here. It's amazingly great one, highly recommending to you. As for yoga, there're so much, you should probably start with breathing exercises then move to raja yoga directly.

And don't forget to be awesome;)

October 19, 2017 - 2:49am


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