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Practice makes near perfect at bedtime

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Do you suffer from insomnia as a result of your diabetes?
Yes, it is difficult for me to fall asleep at night, but I generally stay asleep once I do.
10%
I can fall asleep, but have difficulty staying asleep and/or experience frequent awakenings.
41%
I have a hard time falling asleep and staying asleep!
29%
I have no trouble sleeping.
10%
I have the opposite problem and have trouble staying awake.
1%
None of these apply, but I do have other sleep issues.
5%
Total votes are 584
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by Lindsey Guerin
We’re at twenty-eight, almost twenty-nine weeks now. Life has been moving at rocket speed lately and I can’t seem to catch my breath (literally and figuratively these days). I just had my twenty-eight week appointment with my OB/GYN and I am fighting back the feeling of failure. Everything is going okay, as I keep having to remind myself. I’ve had some swelling that is now not responding to rest (as in, I lay in bed for 14 hours and my ankles are still the size of elephants), but...
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