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Adrenaline rush when trying to sleep


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2 years ago 0 Courage1984 85 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Hey !

I would do some light exercise 2-3 hrs before sleeptime. That way you are burning excess energy.
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2 years ago 0 Brianne23 1 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Hello, so recently I have been having trouble sleeping because every time I am close to falling asleep I get a shot of adrenaline through my body. It goes away very quickly but it will keep happening and prevent me from sleeping. Any suggestions?

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