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If you, like millions of other people, have a sleep-related issue, you’ve likely turned to Dr. Google for some help or guidance. Combing through pages of search results, not knowing which ones are accurate, can.

Tools & Resources. These tools can help you learn more about sleep problems and how to manage yours. Or just learn better sleep habits!

A Visual Guide to Sleep Disorders Sleep disorders are. Sleep disturbances can take a toll on both you and the person with dementia. To promote better sleep: Treat underlying conditions. Sometimes conditions such as depression, sleep apnea or restless legs syndrome cause sleep problems. Establish a routine.

Maintain regular times for eating, waking up and going to bed. Avoid stimulants. Foods that inhibit sleep include those high in sugar and refined fats, as well as spicy foods and chocolate depending on its caffeine content. People suffering from sleep disorders should avoid these foods, particularly after midday. Foods that promote sleep do so by either inducing drowsiness or through inducing muscle relaxation to relieve discomfort.

Experts recommend natural sources of magnesiu. In turn, depression can lead to sleep problems. Insomnia can also lead to feelings of anxiety, frustration, hopelessness, exhaustion, and an inability to concentrate. The more we look for sleep, the less we find it.

Let go of the pursuit and focus on doing what you can to. Avoid coffee in the afternoon and evening. Take a warm bath or soak in a hot tub before bedtime. If sleep problems persist, see your doctor, who can prescribe medications that will help you sleep but won’t make you groggy in the morning.

Tips. Sleep in. The collective term sleep disorder refers to conditions that affect sleep quality, timing, or duration and impact a person’s ability to properly function while they are awake. These disorders can contribute to other medical problems, and some may also be symptoms for underlying mental health issues. 9. You Can Save Money.

Although you will have to go through testing and getting the products, you will save money over time by using a CPAP machine regularly. Getting good sleep with this machine can help prevent diseases, mental disorders, physical problems, and even memory loss. Make sure your bedroom is quiet, dark, and cool, and your bed is comfortable.

We often become more sensitive to noise as we age, and light and heat can also cause sleep problems. Using a sound machine, ear plugs, or a sleep mask can help. Use your bedroom only for sleep and sex. In some cases, sleep disorders can be a symptom of another medical or mental health condition.

These sleeping problems may eventually go away once treatment is obtained for the underlying cause.

List of related literature:

Together these techniques can be called “cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia” (which I will now call CBT-I).

“Sink Into Sleep: A Step-by-Step Workbook for Reversing Insomnia” by Judith R. Davidson, Ph.D, C.Psych
from Sink Into Sleep: A Step-by-Step Workbook for Reversing Insomnia
by Judith R. Davidson, Ph.D, C.Psych
Springer Publishing Company, 2012

But what is the main cause for these sleep difficulties?

“The Anxiety Cure: A Proven Method for Dealing with Worry, Stress and Panic Attacks” by Archibald Hart
from The Anxiety Cure: A Proven Method for Dealing with Worry, Stress and Panic Attacks
by Archibald Hart
Thomas Nelson, 2001

What with Emmeline, and the research, and the general housekeeping that needs to be done, I find I am sleeping too little, and despite my reserves of energy, which I maintain by healthy diet and exercise, I can distinguish the symptoms of sleep deprivation.

“The Thirteenth Tale: A Novel” by Diane Setterfield
from The Thirteenth Tale: A Novel
by Diane Setterfield
Atria Books, 2006

Recommendations for a standard research assessment of insomnia.

“Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine: Expert Consult Premium Edition Enhanced Online Features” by Meir H. Kryger, Thomas Roth, William C. Dement
from Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine: Expert Consult Premium Edition Enhanced Online Features
by Meir H. Kryger, Thomas Roth, William C. Dement
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010
from Berman and others 1990 Sleep disorders: take them seriously.

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from Potter & Perry’s Fundamentals of Nursing AUS Version E-Book
by Jackie Crisp, Catherine Taylor, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

I TRY THE OLD-FASHIONED SLEEP AIDS.

“The Doctors Book of Home Remedies: Quick Fixes, Clever Techniques, and Uncommon Cures to Get You Feeling Better Fast” by Editors of Prevention
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by Editors of Prevention
Rodale Books, 2010

By now I had tried everything short of prescribed medication to sleep L-tryptophan from the local health food store, warm baths, meditation, a glass or two of wine, changing bedtimes in an effort to reset my biological clock.

“Speaking of Sadness: Depression, Disconnection, and the Meanings of Illness” by David Allen Karp
from Speaking of Sadness: Depression, Disconnection, and the Meanings of Illness
by David Allen Karp
Oxford University Press, 1997

Radtke, et al., Does CBT alter dysfunctional beliefs about sleep?

“Behavioral Treatments for Sleep Disorders: A Comprehensive Primer of Behavioral Sleep Medicine Interventions” by Michael L. Perlis, Mark Aloia, Brett Kuhn
from Behavioral Treatments for Sleep Disorders: A Comprehensive Primer of Behavioral Sleep Medicine Interventions
by Michael L. Perlis, Mark Aloia, Brett Kuhn
Elsevier Science, 2010

Research led by Judith Owens, Brown University, cited in “Study Finds Host of Sleep-Related Problems Among School-Age Kids,” ScienceDaily, http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/ 2000/02/000215064317.htm

“The Big Book of Parenting Solutions: 101 Answers to Your Everyday Challenges and Wildest Worries” by Michele Borba
from The Big Book of Parenting Solutions: 101 Answers to Your Everyday Challenges and Wildest Worries
by Michele Borba
Wiley, 2009

These simple steps in level 1 of CBT-I may be enough for some people with minor problems to improve their sleep quality.

“Heal Your Drained Brain: Naturally Relieve Anxiety, Combat Insomnia, and Balance Your Brain in Just 14 Days” by Dr. Mike Dow
from Heal Your Drained Brain: Naturally Relieve Anxiety, Combat Insomnia, and Balance Your Brain in Just 14 Days
by Dr. Mike Dow
Hay House, 2018

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  • The happiest of people do not necessarily have the best of everything, They just make the most of everything they have.

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  • I sleep late wake up to make husband his breakfast and then sleep till noon then am on the bed all day may or may not fall a sleep, feel lythargic all day n do nothing productive, sometimes have headaches and migraines that last all day
    I have no motivation in life then am awake from 5pm till late night, sometime abruptly waking up at night and watching videos at 3am, m sleeping my life away

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  • I go to sleep at 23:00 and i find it hard to wake up at 9:00 then im tired a f so i sleep at 10:30 11:30 and also i sleep from 14:30-15. I cant fckin study!!!!!

  • So i sleep between 7 am to 6pm. Then i have brekfast 00h lunch and around 5am dinner. When i wake up i go for a walk to make myself tired again. I study in the night and it’s perfect for me cause of the deadly silence. When i sleep i sleep with headphones and i listen to deep sleep music. I eat very healthy but i’m scared of getting tumor from the music even though is very silent and i don’t get much sun. I am scared of many things espcially from death and i really tire myself with thoughts and i think i need 12 h long sleep. But even in the dreams i am terrified. This week i’ve killed gruesomely 3 unknown people in my dreams. I’m scared.

  • When I wake up I start feeling sleepy again after about an hour. I fell asleep at work the other day for five hours, I’m so lucky that nobody noticed. I sleep anywhere from 10-16 hours a day. It really sucks.

  • I don’t have narcolepsy or anything like that. I’m just so tired. And nothing I look up fits my description. I need at least 12 hoursthat’s half the day!or more to wake up feeling decent and even when I get twelve hours straight, many times I’m STILL tired, groggy, feel awful, feels like my body is filled with cement, no energy, have to take a nap. It’s been like this for years. And I’m missing so much in life, it’s robbing me of a life. And I get so angry and jealous of all the normal people around me that get to do whatever they want with all their abundant time they have and energy to do stuff. And of course they don’t understand me and judge tf out of me. I’m so angry.

  • I feel sleep always in day time even when I walk. Im a student bcz of this im facing lot of problem. Plz help me how to overcome of it.

  • i’m afraid to go to sleep now ive been sleeping too much lately and sometimes i dont know if im dead or alive awake or dreaming and sometimes i cant even control my thoughts and actions

  • Idk whats wrong with me its 7am right now ive not slept properly for a week now and i think throughout the week ive had atleast 6 hours together???!!! Its honestly so annoying i cant sleep at all even when im trying my hardest and super sleepy i will just lie there with my eyes dead open and cant close them ��

  • I sleep for like 14-16 hours,unless it’s a school day then im just tired and fatigued throughout the day and when I get home I collapse on my bed and sleep for 5 hours and then go and sleep again. I haven’t been diagnosed or anything but I’m not sure if I even have any sleeping disorders I may just be feeling this way due to stress or something

  • around the 5:00 mark Christian here so feel free to pile on but… Adam seems to have done farming of some time & several other biblical people farmed. Just saying.

  • That big cardio/sleep study that showed sleeping over 8 hours was linked with neg health never ceases to amaze. AASM: “Adults need 7-9 hours”???

  • I’m scared because my brother sometimes hates going to bed and today he has been in bed all day he opened his eyes and got his medicine that he has and then when back to sleep i’ve never seen this happen I don’t think he stayed up all night cause I didn’t hear him at night and if he did stay up a little he wouldn’t sleep the full day lucky it is Sunday cause if it was Monday I don’t know what would happen.

  • I sleep, but its the mornings where I wake up i just keep going back to sleep. Back to back. I want it to stop bc I’m now getting out of bed late. Is this a bad habit or a form of insomnia?

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  • idk if i have a sleep disorder but last week i drank alot of soda and was a little late and i couldn’t sleep until 1am and usually wake up at 10 in the morning which is 9hrs of sleep, help? its still happening

  • As of late, I’m sleeping over 12 hours within a 24 hour period. For example, i wake up at 9 am, go about my day normally for 4 hours, then I take a nap until 7pm. Then I go to bed 11pm and repeat. I am an online college student and I have no time to sit down and get work done. I’m very stressed and I don’t know what to do.

  • I go to bed at 11 and after trying a lot i sleep by 1 or 2 am and than i wake up at around 12 pm noon.
    I am very upset because i don’t know how i miss alarm people calling hundred times.
    I don’t do any drug.

  • With this quarantine i was playing all night games and now my sleep is fucked. Cant sleep untill 8-9 in the morning all the way too 15-16, its very bad believe me

  • I need an explanation, sometimes when i study too much, for example one day before chemistry exam i studied very thoroughly, and later when I went to my bed I was unconscious and conscious at the same time? I was using my pillow as a book and uttering random things related to what I had studies. It is so upsetting to find out that I have no control and I cannot sleep properly. Usually I suddenly get awakened and realise the odd issue.

  • I can sleep for 24hrs straight. I won’t feel hungry. Even after sleeping that long, am still tired and want to take a nap again. I memory is so bad, i forget everything. I even forget the neighbor I stayed with for 3 yrs after like 2or3 yrs.

  • I have been diagnosed with idiopathic hypersomnia almost a decade ago. I was told there is no cure. Maybe bc mine is idiopathic. I take stimulants to help, it does, but I’m pretty immune to them now. So is there a way to reverse idiopathic hypersomnia??

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  • I sleep 9PM to 6:20 and still feel sleepy all the time I usually fall a sleep in class too and when I take a afternoon nap I sleep for 3-4 hours some time even 5 hour if no one wake me up moreover I usually forget things in 1 seconds and I have really big exam this year I don’t know what to do pls comment something

  • I have this extreme problems…
    I sleep random times and wake up random times… I tried all things and took all step, also following strict schedule but still have these problems…
    Sometimes I sleep for days or more continuously and sometimes I cannot sleep for 2 days or more, I tried everything and watched all sleep experts video to help me but still have this and it’s effecting me slowly and concerned about my health although so far i’m healthy and function normally but still this problems need to be solved

  • I usually sleep for 14 hours and I’ll be awake for a couple hours then I’ll start to feel sleepy again and go back to sleep for another couple of hours

  • i find myself sleeping from 9am to 6pm and then starting my day and i feel very energized for a few hours and then i’m dead tired again and i don’t understand

  • a couple months ago i cant sleep, like i sleep at 4am or 3 am and wake up at 5am cause i have to go to school, and sometimes i dont even have a sleep. But recently i oversleep, i sleep throughout the day like from 2am until 9am, then i sleep again from 12pm until 3pm, and sleep again from 5pm until 7pm. And i cant help it.

  • hi can anyone help me please when i hungry i dont feel pain i dont feel hot i dont feel cold i cant fall asleep is feel like i am asleep but i am awake if any neurologist can help me please i think they gave me anesthesia at the age of 8

  • i also forgot to mention that part of reason i think i could/ might have trouble sleeping which i have no cure or treatment for is Interstitial cystitis aka painful bladder syndrome though pain can be managed it’s the constant need to urinate all day and few times at night i can’t stop. it’s even hard to stay hydrated like not too hydrated but just enough. lot of times i don’t get reccommended fluid intake and i still have to run to the toilet. i hate road trips because of it got diagnosis through a surgery back in 2011. i always have make sure wherever i go has a working bathroom. holding urine too long puts me high risk of urinary tract infections. i do have overactive bladder too but had a horrid reaction to medication for that i almost ended up hosptialized for a severe anger outburst episode which well told there was risk for overactive bladder meds interacting with psych meds.

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    There is a therapy known as Hijama (wet cupping) this if applied to the Occipital region and parietal region (your therapist should know these points) removing the congested blood that congested over the years (20 ml need removing at the most) you will after 1-2 days feel back to normal, energised and no longer have Hypersomnia. I have performed many of these therapies several times and have worked with all patients. The only downfall is a having a bold head until your hair grows back. Im not asking for likes to boost my ego… im here to help; so like to help others

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  • I always get tired at the same time every day in my desk at 2:30
    My eyes start to droop than close it takes me all the strength to not fall asleep!!

  • It’s been hard to me to sleep at night, whatever it is better to find a solution to make myself really tired on the day period just to get a decent sleep at night!

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  • i haven’t stopped being sleepy for 2 months now and my constant mindset is to curl up in someone’s arms and fall asleep. i just wish that was possible

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  • ok well i have sleep apnea but in past i have had issues with cpap masks causing staph infections on my face and a swollen nose. but i have complicated issue that things have been getting worse. i have bipolar disorder and severe generalized anxiety disorder,PTSD mostly from long term effects from having C. Diff in oct 2017., and no actual diagnosis but possible autism spectrum disorder(asperger’s),adhd. that’s just the mental health part. so i have lot of medications to take some are supplements melatonin,vitamin D because of back issues have take permanently,probiotic supplements, also have a heart arrythmia and off and on liver issues.i have a diagnosis of migraines too i think a lot of them have to do with not getting enough oxygen to my brain from sleep apnea. i wonder if i could have narcolepsy now though. i have had insomnia at night for a while but i cannot take sleep aids they caused some serious hallucinations in me and only other time i get hallucinations is if i have a fever. so been using melatonin to try sleep faster at night but of course i’m up at night because how much i nap in day and i don’t like having too. my doctor said even if cpap if find other option worked the fact that i take xr seroquel still make me sleepy and still may need a nap in a day. but one nap would certainly be better than sleeping off and on all day. i could be sitting up and talking next im being elbowed in arm by my mom when i with her as i live alone. but i can’t seem stay awake strange thing is i feel like even though in fog that i am somehow still awake like i swear i can hear my mom talk. oh and when i get migraines or any headache need to lay down sometimes even ibp doesn’t help me for pain. when i first had sleep apnea diagnosis i didn’t have insomnia or sever eds. i would nap like 2 hrs in a day like no later than noontime to fall sleep. i also though wasn’t walking around like a zombie as i have been for a while.it effects me so much i can’t even feel confident enough to babysit my nephew when my mother can’t he’s only 2 in fact other day i had watch him not long a little over an hour but i legit kept dozing off but i was confusedd if i actually was or not but i know my nephew kept coming over to me to shake me. like it worries me i would feel utter crap guilt if something bad happened to him while trying to care for him luckily at one point i saw he took his nap right next to me so i fell asleep. not sure how long i dozed off for then as then my mom was back. but i ended up going to lay down in my mom’s bed from 12pm to 245pm and slept still with sleep apnea i am not sure how much actual rest and the amount oxygen to my brain i’m getting then still tired i even sat on couch after and legit nodded off again for like an hr i checked clock and only woke up because i was woken up. i now have such issues that sometimes i won’t even hear alarm go off next to me. i don’t have a lot of desire to do things esp if i am so tired but also being depressed. i tend to skip meals too but only because i just don’t feel hungry. i only tend to go out now when i have to for appointments or to pay bills and food shopping. i feel like i am missing out on a lot in life even if i am disabled i had not been as bad as i have been since like 2016. it is definitely getting in the way whatever else i might have in terms of sleep issues of enjoying spending time with my nephew whom means the world to me. i used to be able to watch him without really dozing off and seriously off and on all day each day. btw i am not on a high dose of seroquel like i had in past which had me sleeping almost all day and no issues sleeping at night. i have been trying to get more help for my mental health but the clinic i had been going to had closed down and i can’t even get my records now and my inusrance only covers certain things so like i just got new therapist but still have lot of paperwork and questions to go over. but hardest is not able to find place close accepting new patients for psychiatry. i haven’t been really able to take care of things at home because of my sleep issues and depression i used to be able to be in bed by midnight and be up around 930am and do pretty good not having to much day time sleepiness but i am lucky if i am able to fall asleep by 4am. sorry such long story but i m deffinitely a mess. i had a sleep study consultation appt for dec 11 but my mom had to have me cancel it because of a snowstorm hard for her drive in. so she did say asap monday be calling to reschedule and i will be making sure i stress how important i need an appt for asap. i forget about things too like sometimes i will forget if i took a certain medication i take and i take them same time each night. sometimes i forget to put important things in fridge or freezer so i wasted money then also like say it’s milk well can’t eat cereal. I am very sensitive to light even when not getting/having a migraine. i carry eye masks around with me when i go to the hospital i have ask when not not in room with me the doctor or nurse to dim or turn off the light. as makse me dizzy and queasy. i don’t sit out in the sun for same symptoms. I reallly think i have more than just obstructive sleep apnea now. i am watching videos and googling not to scare myself but really just find some possible answers to talk about with the doctor to write down every symptom i have and luckily i do have my mom around which i am sure she will be in appointment with me to discuss as being witness to my sleep/wake patterns. thank you for this video. i am not looking for well no cure anyway but only looking for some relief to not be a zombie all day up all night kind of thing. so many areas though the sleep and my mental health ugh so frustrating

  • I move and talk while sleeping.. I wake up flailing my arms.. kicking my legs.. doing the the “swiping” on a cell phone (I’m not actually holding).. laughing.. crying.. I’m always exhausted.. like.. very unnatural exhaustion

  • That’s why I never paid attention in history as a kid. Didn’t believe the crap they taught. They would get mad when I’d say. How did they know. We’re they there no so we don’t actually know.

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  • Haha…the truth is because I’m amongst stupid idiotic and some times dangerous individuals who don’t look up safety as a primary aspect…I’d rather sleep my way through that and all that shit, let st. michael do it’s job

  • I have a friend that only needs 5 hours of sleep to feel fully rested. I need around 11.
    Over our lifetimes he will have over a decade more time spent being awake than me

  • What specialist is most likely to deal with hypersomnia? Psychiatrist or neurologist? No matter how much sleep I get, I can fall asleep during the daytime at any moment and in any place possible. It affects my studies and work negatively.

  • I’ve had sleep problems my entire life. But within these past few years it’s become more obvious that there is something ligitimitaly wrong with me. I can literally sleep for 2 days and still be exhausted the day I go back in for work. Even then I need to take some sort of nap. I fall asleep while I’m sitting down on the computer for 10min On some days. It literally hurts me sometimes how tired I am. It doesn’t ever matter how much sleep. I don’t have the energy to do anything when I get home or take my girlfriend out places. My entire body constantly feels drained. I feel some moments after I have just woken up where I feel great and energetic and happy. But then that all goes away within about an hour or less. It is so depressing. I wish I had some answers. This video description sounds very much like what I go through.

  • I used to sleep a lot but things are getting out of hands during this lockdown. I slept at 4 am woke up at 11 am then again slept at 3 pm and woke up at 9:30 pm and this irregualr sleep pattern is getting out of hands, whenever i wake up from these long naps I hve no energy to do any work I’m still tired, it’s so bad I’m behind a lot of schoolwork it’s drastically affecting my grades and not being able to do anything just makes me feel so useless and pathetic

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