Bring Me A Dream

i282600889613297486._szw1280h1280_I know so many people, including myself, who suffer from insomnia, that horrific state of being totally exhausted but unable to find a state of blissful relaxation and rest. Insomnia rears its ugly head in many forms. For some it is a matter of not being able to fall asleep at all. For others in involves waking after only a few hours and then staring at the ceiling for the remainder of the night. Mine is a combination of the two. I often take well over an hour to finally fall into a state of slumber and then wake up after about four hours and proceed to toss and turn until around four thirty in the morning when I finally find the deepest sleep of the night. I haven’t enjoyed the recommended seven to eight hours of uninterrupted slumber for ages.   Continue reading “Bring Me A Dream”