How To Be A Morning Person Without Waking Up At Crazy Hours

How To Be A Morning Person Without Waking Up At Crazy Hours

My Rockin Disabled Life

Hi friends, my name is Sarah and I live with a disability called Spina Bifida and have more physical challenges than most people. The media has wrongly portrayed the disabled community for as long as I can remember and makes us all seem inspirational or depressed. I am on a mission to break all the stigma surrounding disability to help you learn the truth.

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  1. Invisibly Me

    Some fab tips here. I used to be a morning person. After the first surgery and then in the first few years after with the stoma, I had a lot of bouts of insomnia and sleep was just very, very thin on the ground. I’d take afternoon naps and experience sleep paralysis, but it only lasted 5-10mins. Then something happened, I’m not sure exactly what, and for the last two or so years I can’t get up in the mornings. Some kind of sleep paralysis is what my respiratory doc thinks, alongside the chronic fatigue playing an issue when I’m way overdoing things during the day. I need to try to turn things around, or at least figure out what exactly is going on. Seeing the tips has made me think about it a bit more seriously so thank you for sharing them! xx

    1. My Rockin Disabled Life

      Your welcome Caz, I am glad you found these tips helpful! I am actually the opposite and before I had chronic pain I was a night owl. Now my body just naturally wakes up early because I get uncomfortable and it disrupts my sleep.

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