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    How many have trouble sleeping?

    Im just wondering how many other's have trouble sleeping while on a cycle? And do you find your sleep habits changing depending on what stage of your cycle you're in.. I noticed it starting around my fourth week, lots of trouble falling asleep. Time to trade the blue DBOL for some blue valiums!

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    Sometimes i get useless sleep as i call it.

    sleep one hour, wake up, see what time it is, back to sleep. repeat until alarm goes off then go to the gym hehe

    Seems like if i am on with my vitamins and sups, diet and water intake it goes away. But no way to avoid it all the way i guess. sleeping pills dont work on me.

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    Depends on how much weight I'm putting on. My last cycle I put on about 24 lbs and could barely sleep until my body got used to carrying that extra weight.

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    useless sleep, thats a good name for it buddha. Thats what ive been doing, sleeping for an hour wake up and look at the clock. Maybe I should start taking multi vitamins. Thats a good point too Tex, I guess extra weight is alot for the body to deal with. thanx guys..

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    Only in the begining. For about 3 weeks.

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    Damm i have the same problem. sleep one hour wake up, go back to sleep and wake up one hour later. I do this all night untill the alarm goes off and most of the time I do not need the alarm since I wake up like clock work. Although i have noticed at about 3-4am I can sleep for a good 2-4 hours uninterupted.
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    Yeah, thats almost the same thing to a T, my ok sleep time is from 4-6am right when its time for the gym. Man I can't imagine the state I would be in if I was sleeping that bad without AS gettin me through the day..hahah..

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    I always have trouble falling asleep. I normaly spend 3-4 hours just turning around in bed. I got some stilnoct coming in to help me.

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    I am the same way but I think mine is from the Blood presser.

    Try eating some grape fruit that might help reduce the BP.

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    Re: How many have trouble sleeping?

    Originally posted by NEO-OEN
    Im just wondering how many other's have trouble sleeping while on a cycle? And do you find your sleep habits changing depending on what stage of your cycle you're in.. I noticed it starting around my fourth week, lots of trouble falling asleep. Time to trade the blue DBOL for some blue valiums!

    I didn't have much trouble sleeping on my first cycle last fall. But I'm at the end of week 5 of my second cycle now, and starting this week I've begun having sleep troubles exactly like the ones the other bros have described in this thread. Tuesday was my last day on d-bol.

    I tried some melatonin last night, and it didn't help. When I wake up in the middle of the night, my heart rate is way up, and I can't seem to find a comfortable position in bed.

    The previous week I was waking up with night sweats, my sheets and pillow would be soaked with sweat, but I could fall back to sleep after moving to a dry spot. This week, no night sweats, but no quality sleep either.

    On the other hand, my bench press is up 50 lbs....

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    I used to have that problem, now GBL/GHB does it nicely.

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    LOL, the bench is what matters at the end of the day..

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    Originally posted by Iron horse
    I used to have that problem, now GBL/GHB does it nicely.
    I'm w/IH on this one, if I don't have a dring, toke or some G then I have trouble sleeping, it's pretty sad.

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