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feeling tired all the time
May 30, 2005
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this is realy getting annoying. When i get up in the morning i fix my boys breakfast and about an hour later i am ready for a nap i am just tired all day it doesnt matter how much sleep i got the night before. My marrige is getting better i dont think its depression i just dont know why

May 30, 2005
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omigosh, i know exactly what you mean, i can just sleep and sleep and sleep and yet i am not tired and nothing is really "wrong"----my therapist says it is a sign of ambivelence--for what its worth

May 30, 2005
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i am not sure what ambivelence means can someone tell me

May 30, 2005
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ambivelence means apathy. you dont care, not in a negative way. just dont care. devoid of emotion. its not good or bad, it is what it is. does that help?

May 30, 2005
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Rw, Have you considered taking vitamin supplements? It could be your daily intake is not enough in nutrients and you need extra food/vitamin supplements.

May 30, 2005
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make sure you are getting enough vitamin B ---- buy a balanced B to make sure

May 30, 2005
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Hi. I have the same problem. For me it is part of depression. It is a vicious cycle because the more sedentary I get, the more tired I get. Today I went to the gym, but it will take more than one try for me to start to feel it.

I agree, it's frustrating. The apathy thing is too. Having no desire to do anything, see anyone, eat anything or even want anything doesn't help you want to get out of bed. There's no way to cheer yourself up with the usual little perks, because you no longer want them. Maybe the solution is to try new things? I don't know, I'm still struggling.

warm wishes,
ella

May 30, 2005
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RW, anywhere from 3 months to a year after childbirth, your body starts doing things that can make you feel really sluggish, sometimes even later than that. Do you nurse? if so you may be lacking in Iron. If not, vitamain b-12 is very helpful in womans health and energy. Sometimes it's just lathargia too, you mentioned you where bored and stir-crazy, that can make you feel exausted too in some ways. I know it sounds silly, but try draping some colorful scarves around, like over the sofa or on table-tops. Maybe go out and pick some flowers and ut them in an old jar or bottle that you and the kiddies paint? Just somet hings to concider.

May 31, 2005
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This is ME too!

I was PISSED when they banned Ephedra because that was the ONLY thing that allowed me to do ANYTHING!

Now I can bearly do the dishes!

My room is Distroyed (Not "Dirty" just REALLY messy), my kitchen floor is a biohazard, I just don't want to vacume...

Mine is part of the Depression but I am on Wellbutrin XL and it SEEMED to be working until last week when I had a MELTDOWN!

When I get flustered I will walk into the bathroom and see the toothbrush and say to my arms "Pick it up... You need to brush your teeth..." but I just can't do it! When I get depressed I just flat out can't even FORCE myself to take care of the basics like bathing, laundry, cleaning, I just end up staring off into space and "Lose" the whole day! I will wake up at like 9:00 am and sort of wander around the house, do 1 or 2 things, then look up and see that it is 4:00 in the afternoon!!

Caffeen only works if I take the pills... Then I can get an hour or two of work done but it is never enough to fix all that I didn't do for the last few days...

Also I need Melitonin & Tylanol PM to get to sleep at night but I am usually out for the night once the pills make me pass out. I seem to be naturally Nocturnal and actually feel more awake once it hits 9:00 PM. I would be up till sunrise if it worn't for the pills...

Speaking of, their kicking in right now... I should sign off!

Good luck with your issues, I'm gonna be glued to this post in hopes of fixing me too!

May 31, 2005
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Hi Random,

I hope I don't offend cpt1212 by correcting her definition of ambivalence but my understanding is that the definition is:

ambivalence: The existance of mutually conflicting emotions or thoughts about a person, object or idea.

The reason I know this is because my therpist uses this word quite frequently and I didn't know what it meant either....so I looked it up.

She says ambivelence is very normal and quite natural for co-dependents as well as anyone contemplating changing or ending a long term relationship (or any kind of change for that matter).

Hope this helped.

Lolli

May 31, 2005
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I did some reading on links I found on this website and found that people who are depressed often don't sleep well. My doctor prescribed something for me, and my days suddenly improved. I mean, I would wake up full of energy, and that was just very unusual for me. The most significant thing for me was that I stopped having these really vivid dreams, usually full of DRAMA and unpleasantness, that would wake me up several times each night.

I stopped taking the pills because ... I don't know why, now, but it seemed like a good idea at the time, and I am back to feeling like heck all day because I'm just so tired.

The pint of this post is that if you can find some way to improve the sleep you get at night, you might feel better in the mornings.

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