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24 August 2006 @ 09:00 pm
You may call me Jiroh  
Does anyone out there know of any methods to make yourself fall asleep? I don't have insomnia as such, but even when I'm really tired -- like now -- I find it difficult to get to sleep. I usually have to stay up till anywhere between one and three in the morning before my eyes will consent to the whole shutting biz. As you might have guessed, this will not be conducive to my study/lecture schedule in September. It happened all last year too -- I kept nodding off in the shower in the mornings, or having little naps when particularly soothing lecturers were talking. Usually physiologists. I failed physiology three times. You can see where I'm going with this.

So -- anything? Herbal remedies? Teas? Recs for meditation tapes? (I have two already, but they suck.) Voodoo? Glue? Anything, please, I'm begging here.

But if you're going to say 'start reading Carrie at one in the morning,' don't, because I tried that and it didn't work. Good book though.

ETA: Via one of mousapelli's fics (Track 2: Chemistry) I finally found out that Semisonic sings that song. Don't ever say that fanfic teaches you nothing!
 
 
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Current Music: You Learn (Alanis Morisette)
 
 
 
every Starbucks should have a polar bear: Apollo balletscoradh on August 25th, 2006 09:18 pm (UTC)
Wow, I can't wait till we start pharmacology. I feel very uninformed about all these -- compounds? drugs? thingies? :D

That's a good idea -- about the routine -- and it would probably work if it weren't for the fact that my internet hours are limited to late at night. I can't see my mother buying my routine as a reason for spending hours online during peak time. Unfortunately ... But eating after eight sounds like something I could not do; same with the water. Thanks!
Kelleycopperbeech on August 25th, 2006 09:25 pm (UTC)
Total aside--where in Ireland do you live? I hope we can go back there soon. I miss it so much.

I am still in a daze from reading "Interview". I love being affected by art.

Hope you are well (and rested).