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  1. Jenisautistic

    Anyone have this issue at night

    I have an issue where I’m worn out and tired. I don’t have to go to bed. It is nowhere near time for me to go to bed but I am in pain that I have to lay down and I’m not sure what to do when I lay down in the bed, I tried to take my medicine around or should I go to bed but during the early...
  2. Jenisautistic

    How can you tell when you’re ready for bed?

    Sometimes I think I’m ready for bed I become sleepy take my medicine for the night lay down and become awake. I don’t know if this is Due to the medicine or due to the fact I can’t tell when I’m tired enough to sleep. Anyone have any ideas or suggestions on what I can do to sleep better ...
  3. Sunglasses at night

    Sunglasses at night

    I wear my sunglasses at night, So people cannot see my eyes, I am a creeper in disguise
  4. Jorg

    Do you have problems falling asleep?

    I found really hard to fall asleep, I may go to bed and turn off all lights at 11pm but I will fall sleep 2h later or sometimes 2am and nothing. I have read that autistic people have a lot of brain activity, higher than NT's and that may cause sleep problems. I usually keep rolling in my bed...
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