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8/8/11 8:01 A

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Goals for the sleep challenge

1. In bed by 11:00 for rest of summer, 10:30 when kids go back to school
2. Stick to schedule on weekends
3. No giant naps on the weekends!

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1) Get at least 6.5 to 7 hours sound sleep.
2) Record my sleep quality online.
3) Be in bed no later than 11, preferably between 10 to 10:30 pm.

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8/8/11 3:39 A

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My goals are:
1. Get 8 hours every night
2. Complete a sleep journal entry before I go to sleep and when I wake up
3. Go to bed before midnight

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8/7/11 11:21 P

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I am repeating the challenge, beginning at week 1. I tweaked my week 1 goals just a bit; they are as follows:
1) In bed before midnight (no more 1 or 2am bedtimes).
2) In bed by 11pm 3 nights a week.
3) Get up and get moving by 7am.

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8/7/11 10:03 P

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My goal this week is to establish a regular bedtime routine of 5 minutes of meditation, 5 minutes of de-stressing breathing exercises, and 20 minutes of reading. Also, to be in bed before midnight every night.

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8/7/11 3:28 P

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My goal is to be in bed trying to sleep by midnight each night.

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8/7/11 8:12 A

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Mygoal is to go to bed early every night.

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8/6/11 10:16 P

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I'm just hoping to be able to sleep better each night. LOL

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8/6/11 9:07 P

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I remember before the diagnosis of restless leg syndrome. I would be so tired driving home from work that I prayed the traffic lights would not turn red. I was afraid that if I had to stop the car, I would fall asleep. After 3 nights in a sleep lab and a 'script' for pharmaceuticals, life started to return to normal. It took about six months to 'catch up with sleep' and I shudder at how long I unknowingly dealt with RLS.

In the last few months, my sleep has gone from 8 hours to an average of about 6.5 hours. I have talked with my doctor about possibly upping my medication for RLS. It's a dopamine drug that causes drowsiness.

Balancing the time to take it and the sleepiness it creates can throw off a normal evening schedule. Bottom line: Take it too early and fall asleep for about 2 hours - then have to get up and finish whatever I left undone. OR Take it too late and the RLS symptoms start. It takes about 30 minutes after taking the medication for it to fully kick in. Then it is ZZZ time.

Oh, what to do? My answer is "Buck Up!"




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8/6/11 1:34 P

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Well, I think I did better than I had been doing. I'm hoping that by the end of the challenge I will be sleeping better.

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8/5/11 5:49 P

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I have recently joined SparkPeople. My sleep patterns have gone for a toss. My husband usually sleeps late, sometimes owing to work, sometimes out of habit. He claims one only needs 5 hours of sleep. Of course this tells on him in other ways - sleepy during certain days, longer sleep over weekends etc.

The problem is that I have started keeping awake along with him, it was subconscious initially, that I wanted to sleep but somehow couldn't. Now it's become so bad, that even though he wants to sleep by say 2:30 or 3 am (and he does instantly) - I am unable to sleep for an hour or 2 after that. These days I am not working, so I catch up on my sleep during the day, however this leaves me feeling irritated at myself for wasting my day + leaves me with less energy to work out (I have some 30 pounds to lose).

My goal is to sleep off by 11:30 at least 5 nights a week (Sunday - Thursday) and be up by 6 and step out for a walk ! I want more energy for myself

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8/4/11 10:43 A

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Just started back on Sparkpeople in July & am enjoying the challenges. (Just completed the 10 minute workout challenge) My goals are to be in bed by 10:00; read till 10:30; turn off lights and do self hypnosis to relax into slumber.

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8/2/11 10:20 P

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raina, you can wear earplugs and a night shade. can he go out to watch?

Keep your EYE ON THE BALL. What is the goal?Will this action get you closer?
slowly but surely.

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face your stuff. don't stuff your face.

be so busy improving yourself that you have no time to find fault with others


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8/2/11 10:18 P

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my goal is to shut down at 1:00 and be asleep at midnight. and sleep til morning. i joined this challenge before , but did not work at it. now i must change my schedule by end of august.

i took the quiz and got 9 out of 10. i fear my body is stiull like that of a teenager (go to sleep late, get up late, need 9 hrs.) and with a 25 hour circadian cycle to boot.

Edited by: MINNIE at: 8/2/2011 (22:36)
Keep your EYE ON THE BALL. What is the goal?Will this action get you closer?
slowly but surely.

zip ya' lip (please see pic)

"Whether you think you can or think you can't, you are right." Henry Ford

God, grant me the serenity to accept the people I cannot change, the courage to change the one I can, and the wisdom to know it's me.

face your stuff. don't stuff your face.

be so busy improving yourself that you have no time to find fault with others


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8/2/11 4:15 P

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I know it is tough getting to bed right after you get off work late at night. I used to have shifts like that and it took a while to wind down. So here are a few things that helped me a little when I was having to do that, and maybe it will help you. Try not to drink caffeinated drinks after 7 pm. When you get home try doing something that relaxes you for about 30 minutes before trying to lay down to sleep, whether it is meditating or soaking in a hot tub. Listening to soothing music also can help clear your mind and relax you so you are able to sleep. But the good thing is to get up early in the morning.

I don't know what your class schedule is like, but I know that when I was in college I was going to school during the day, and working at night. So when I got off work that was the time I had to do homework. So hopefully you can get down the new routine.

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My goals are to start waking up at 6:00 and going to bed at 10:00-10:30 within 3 weeks. Classes start on August 29th, and I have an 8:00am everyday, and I currently work 5pm-10pm or 5pm-11pm, so I have been going to bed very late and waking up late.

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8/2/11 1:25 P

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Losingit, you are absolutely right. I need to prioritize and I imagine that doing the training so late at night is not a good idea. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I'll give it a try.

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8/2/11 11:39 A

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Hi
my goal is to relax at least 3 times per week before going to bed
I will do: Yoga and massage my body with a relaxing oil.

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I would suggest one night skipping that strength training at 9 or 10 pm, and do some relaxation exercises to help you go to sleep. Then get up the next morning early and do your strength training to get your blood flowing. You may have to fight the afternoon nap the first couple of days, but once you start going to bed at 9 or 10 instead of doing strength training you will find yourself making it through the day. Since I get up every day during the week around 6:30, even on the weekends that is about the time I am waking up.

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8/2/11 8:54 A

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I didn't get too far with my sleep journal. I'm in a new stage of life now -- am not currently employed (resigned a few months ago from a position I had for 9 years) and am developing my own routine that is not based on a job schedule.

I've learned that I am a night person (seem to have more energy then and often find myself doing strength training around 9 or even 10 p.m.), but that I also enjoy waking up in the early morning. Perhaps I need to make myself roll out of bed earlier every morning and then I would be more sleepy at night? When I try to do that, I end up being so sleepy that I have to fight not to nap in the afternoon because I am so very sleepy.

Anyone have any ideas for me?

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8/2/11 8:51 A

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My Sleep Challenge goals are:

Make a daily ritual of shutting down my home, locking up, turning off my computer and getting into & staying in bed at 10:30pm

Get 7 - 8 hours of sleep each night

Go back to bed in the wee hours of the morning after a 'pottie' run







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8/1/11 4:54 P

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My goals:

-Go to bed no later than midnight, no earlier than 11 (because sometimes I go to bed too early, too!)
-Get up when my alarm goes off at 7
-No TV in bed, only read a book and listen to music

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8/1/11 2:53 P

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Here are my goals:

Start going to bed no later than 11, because that will give me 7 hours of sleep.
Get out of bed when the alarm goes off at 6 am.
Start reading about 30 minutes before bedtime to get relaxed
Turn off the cell phone, so it doesn't disturb my sleep

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8/1/11 2:34 P

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Ok, so my goals are:

*Go to bed on time
*Have a short nap
*Sleep schedule

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8/1/11 1:49 P

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Main goals bed by 10.00 ,take a drink "horlicks" read - sleep by 11

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7/31/11 10:30 P

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My main goals are:
~ In bed by 11pm
~ asleep by 12 if well rested, sooner if not!
~ if not sleeping, read during the 11-12 gap

I am still working out what foods work for me in the evening, but here is attempt #1:
~ Nothing heavy/fatty/high protein after 7
~ have last snack/water by 9pm, starches only
~ (If 9pm turns out to be too late, try 8pm)

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7/31/11 2:49 P

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My goals are:

1. Don't eat anything for 1 hour before bed
2. Be in bed by 10:30pm
3. Relax before trying to go to sleep

My only problem is that my husband likes to watch TV when he goes to bed which wakes me up. No matter how I try I can get him to understand what a bad habit this is for the BOTH of us. Short of sleeping in a separate room I'm just not sure what to do about this.


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7/31/11 2:02 P

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So here it is, the end of week 1. My challenge goals:

- go to bed at midnight
- watch TV or read for no more than 1 hour
- set alarm and get up at 8:30

I know that's still staying up pretty late; but it will be a big improvement from what I'm doing most nights now.

Good luck to everyone in the challenge!

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7/31/11 1:14 P

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It's crazy how much a REGULAR good night's sleep helps you feel great during the day. I feel amazing! emoticon

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7/30/11 8:04 P

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1. Be in bed by 1030pm
2. Don't eat anything for 1 hour before bed
3. Relax before trying to go to sleep


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7/30/11 7:16 P

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My goals:
1. No eating or computer after 8pm and start turning lights off then too.
2. Go to bed by 9pm.
3. Go right back to bed after getting up to the kids through the night and don't turn on any unnecessary lights.
4. Get up when the kids wake up at 6:30am
5. Go for a walk each day.

I'm going to really have a go at this but something tells me I'll struggle with the computer thing!

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7/30/11 7:46 A

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Kimberlang, Years ago when I pulled the night shift, I found that if I didn't eat in the morning, and did go straight to bed when I got home, I could sleep for at least 4 hours before it got too hot in the bedroom. Then I would just move to the couch and finish my "night's rest". That way I was downstairs when my kids got home from school.

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7/29/11 11:36 P

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I want to sleep at least 6 hrs when i work nights. right now i sleep about 3 hrs during the day when i work at night

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7/29/11 1:11 A

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That's my first week done and only one night (last night) has been a problem.
Friday and Saturday were fine, no work in the morning so 10 pm bed up at 8 am alive and kicking. Sunday to Wednesday forced myself to stop at 7.30 relax, have a last cuppa and bed by 8 pm for my 445am rise for work. Slept like a log. Thursday OOPPSS. No work Friday so I could have a later bedtime. Only I forgot to put the computer of soon enough and kept active too long so took a while to fall over. Overall though a good first week and feeling better for it emoticon

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7/29/11 12:27 A

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Hi all, I just joined this challenge yesterday and have been thinking about goals all day. I have finally come up with the following. 1. No computer after dinner. I get on here and lose track of time. 2. Be in bed by 8:00 p.m. I need to get up at 4:30 to get exercise in before my day begins so to get 8 hours of sleep I will have to go to bed when my grandson does. 3. No TV after dinner either or I will get interested in some show or other and not want to turn it off.

I think those are reasonable goals so I will start putting them into practice tomorrow since it is already 9:30 and I'm still on the computer. This will be real challenging for me to get 8 hours of sleep a night every night.

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7/28/11 8:26 P

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Starting on vacation is not a good idea, strange bed, strange pillow, strange activities. When I get home I will have my journal and can get roaring on this project.

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7/28/11 4:05 P

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My goals for this challenge is to be in bed before midnight and be up before 9 a.m. every day including weekends. I will also start a journal although this one will be hard for me. I already have a sleep routine, so that one is taken care of.

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Think we all know the theory. The practice is the hard bit.
I've managed not later than 9 pm every night since Sunday for my 445am rise and am starting to feel the better of it.
No computer just before bed is also helping I think

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I want to be in bed by 10pm and tired enough to fall asleep shortly after that. No tossing turning and wide awake at 11pm! To start, I'd be happy getting to bed by 11pm and feel rested when I get up at 5:30am.

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7/27/11 11:09 P

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I thought my goals would be simple, till I read one that does what I do. So here goes:
I want to stop using the computer by 11pm and go to bed
Upon sleeping, I would like to not have bad visions in my head during sleep.
My goal for arising would really like to get up by 9:30 or 10 enstead of 12:30pm.
Wish me luck and say a few prayers for me emoticon

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though i've had an idea of what habits have been keeping me from getting a good night's sleep, keeping a journal (if only for a few days) has made me realize what i need to change.

my goals are as follows:
1. stop using my computer and ipod by 10 pm.
2. don't eat after 8 pm.
3. get into a nightly routine (i.e. wash face, brush teeth, read book in bed).
4. set my alarm for 6:30 am (there's no need for me to get up at 6 am) and stop hitting snooze!

i'm starting tonight with this new personal challenge. wish me luck!!

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7/27/11 6:41 P

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I have realized what patterns I have that are likely interrupting my sleep, after keeping the sleep journal. I like to sleep a long time and end up getting up too late because I went to bed too late. Sleep is a higher priority for me now. I want to get nine hours of sleep every night and go to bed 10 hours before I want to wake up so I can journal about my feelings and worries, meditate, and then read a bit of a novel before I go to sleep. I need to relax more, because I usually watch T.V. until the very last minute before I go to sleep! I want to start getting up a 7 and going to bed at 9. Good luck everyone! emoticon

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My goal since 22/7/11 has been to get to bed on time and I have always poo-pooed keeping journals, but it is chasing me to bed on time because I am writing it down

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My goal for the sleep challenge is to develop consistency with my bedtime and hopefully be able to fall asleep faster and stay asleep all night. I want to wake up refreshed and energized at 6:30 a.m.

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My goal for this challenge is to continue with a consistent pattern of 9-10 hours sleep. My
body and me really appreciate the down time of rest before my dogs wake me up and re-
quest (by jumping off the bed) to go outside. My boys are my pride and joy, so it really doesn't bother me to accommodate them. emoticon

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My Goal is to keep getting 8 to 10 hours of sleep each and every night with any problems. I need to keep this part going to make my life a lot better and to feel alot better each and everyday.

Susan

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�You are successful the moment you start moving toward a worthwhile goal.�


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7/26/11 1:46 A

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My goals for the sleep challenge is to find a good bedtime and stick to it. With the schedules of my family and school work lying in front of me that's due the next day makes it hard to find a good time to go to bed. Sometimes I don't go to bed until close to 1 a.m. Makes it hard sometimes...

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7/26/11 12:02 A

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For this challenge I hope to learn how to fall asleep easily and stay asleep. Some nights I am fine but others I lay awake tossing and turning tell really late, or if I manage to pass out I wake up every couple of hours. Hopefully through this challenge I might be able to discover things I am doing that are contributing to my inconsistent sleep pattern. I also hope to incorportate more relaxation techniques before bed so when I do sleep it is deep and restful so I wake up feeling good instead of sluggish.


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