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By: Lois Gibbins

Fighting To Sleep

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Sleeping is like breathing and eating, we all need to do this, but what happens when out of the blue you suddenly discover you are awake all night and the little sleep you do manage is barely enough to get by on and nothing you do seems to help? You try everything you can think of, but the trouble is the less you sleep the more you are unable to function and think properly. Learning to cope with every day is an effort and you are trying to combat being perpetually tired and depressed. Then days turn into weeks and weeks into months and even medication doesn’t seem to work. Even though on the outside you look normal, you do not feel normal, EVER. What happens then? Are you able to live as usual? Should you accept this and just try and manage or do you fight? This is the story of one woman’s attempt to free herself of insomnia and get on with life because, as we know, we all need sleep.

Lois is a woman living in rural New Zealand. After bringing up four children on her and her husband’s small dairy farm where they milked 180 cows, she suddenly and without any warning lost her ability to fall asleep. This is her battle of nearly five years to help her to sleep again. She questions what is normal and on her self-help journey even left New Zealand to find an answer.

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