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    An_248060 posted:
    would also like some help with this.. my partner literally won't wake up on a morning.. most mornings i have to shake him or repeatedly poke him to wake him up and then when he does wake up he's annoyed with me for shaking him.
    We've tried numerous alarms but nothing seems to work.
    Hes been late for work several times when i have not been there to wake him up and is now in danger of losing his job.
    He hasn't been to the doctors yet because he considers it a silly problem and that he may be wasting the doctors time.

    If anybody has any sort of cure for this problem please comment because i'm at the end of my tether!!
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