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    sachinannu posted:


    i dont know why most of times i feel my mind goes in sleepy mood.....mostly at the time of study


    plz give me some healthy suggestions....

    name sachin
    age 24
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi sachinannu,

    It could be that your daytime sleepiness is happening because you are not getting the best night's sleep. Have you been stressed about anything lately? Do you feel like you are still tired even after getting to bed on time? Here are some tips on followng a sleep routine that could help you sleep better and feel well-rested during the day. Because your tiredness could be caused by an underlying health condition (and because excessive sleepiness can definitely interfere with your daily routine) it may be a good idea to see your doctor about your symptoms f the above tips don't seem to help at all. Please let us know how you are doing!

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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