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Socialisation & Engagement (Part 2)

The last post relating to Socialisation and Engagement was focusing upon the limitations, both cognitive and physical, that an Acquired Brain Injury places on us as patients. 1,585 more words

Brain Injury

An Owl who wants to be a Lark

My existential conflict: I want to wake up at six and go to bed at ten, but I simply can’t sustain such rhythm consistently. The main culprit is the necessity for me to have a siesta around 2 or 3 in the afternoon, which effs up everything — I don’t feel sleepy at ten after I have a nap; without a nap I feel sleepy untill I go to bed and operate at a reduced efficiency for the rest of the day. 88 more words


Easy Ways to Improve Sleep

Many people have trouble falling and staying asleep at night. Here are some great tips on how to change up your bedtime routine to improve your quality of sleep. 586 more words


Oh My sleeping child.....

A cranky toddler is no fun. Add to it a SLEEPY cranky toddler. Easily equivalent to a nightmare!

One of my readers had left a problem in my comment box about not being able to get her toddler to sleep on her own. 1,204 more words


For a while there, I lost myself.

I’m not sure where I went or what exactly happened to me.  But I lost my definition.  My edges got blurred.  264 more words

Waking for dummy

The last few nights have seen our sleep disrupted again. So far, Georgia has got herself in a good habit of sleeping through from 8pm to about 5-6am without a feed. 512 more words

Baby Update

SLEEP deprivation,its causes and the real truth behind them

Yes my dear friend you are suffering from it if during holidays you get up between 1:00-3:00pm and sleep at an average timing of 3:00-4:00am, sometimes beyond. 1,033 more words

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