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    Poor Sleep

    I am waking up between 6-10 times every night. I usually go to the bathroom several times but I don't think I'm waking up because of that alone. My stats below

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    6'2
    cruising on 250mg Sust a week pinning every 3 days

    I'm not sure what to do to get more continuous sleep and I'm looking for some advice from the forums with anyone that has experienced this and what you did to help?

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    I do take a pre-workout drink called Vintage Blast which supposedly stimulated the CNS, but I take this usually in the morning around 10am. No other caffeine is taken the rest of the day.

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    there's too many things that could possibly be taken place and everyone will just be speculating..
    you need to talk to your physician, explain your symptoms and take it from there..worst case scenario they put you on some sleep meds temporarily and they refer you to a sleep study..

    we can speculate all day why you're having issues with not sleeping, however this is the equivalent of an orphan child type diagnosis syndrome, some doctors don't want to touch it because it's hard to pinpoint..

    do you have any idea how long the list would be of potentials?

    you are 45 years old, it's time to go see your doctor and talk about it..

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    Stimulants can last 10-12hrs in your system.
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    Possible sleep apnea. You should think about getting a sleep study done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vision View Post
    there's too many things that could possibly be taken place and everyone will just be speculating..
    you need to talk to your physician, explain your symptoms and take it from there..worst case scenario they put you on some sleep meds temporarily and they refer you to a sleep study..

    we can speculate all day why you're having issues with not sleeping, however this is the equivalent of an orphan child type diagnosis syndrome, some doctors don't want to touch it because it's hard to pinpoint..

    do you have any idea how long the list would be of potentials?

    you are 45 years old, it's time to go see your doctor and talk about it..
    Agreed. 330...at 45 yo. Might want to think about slimming down, I do know weight can contribute to sleep apnia...I'd serioiuly think about sleep study. All that weight+poor sleep not a good combo. Not judgement. Just want to see you live long and healthy brother.

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    Here are a few thoughts you can look into and see if they might be causing you to lose sleep......

    stress, marital, work, kids, all the obvious and then some, cars, friends, etc
    poor diet
    high bp
    stims

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    I like what BlackBear said. Sleep study! And they can give you a referral to the next step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBear View Post
    Possible sleep apnea. You should think about getting a sleep study done.
    That's what I was thinking at 330 lb
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    Quote Originally Posted by copaaz View Post
    I am waking up between 6-10 times every night. I usually go to the bathroom several times but I don't think I'm waking up because of that alone. My stats below

    45yo
    330lb
    35%BF
    6'2
    cruising on 250mg Sust a week pinning every 3 days

    I'm not sure what to do to get more continuous sleep and I'm looking for some advice from the forums with anyone that has experienced this and what you did to help?
    330 lbs my man you might want to work on dropping a little bit. Regardless hows your avg sleep. In general is this something recent or continuous?


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    Quote Originally Posted by copaaz View Post
    I do take a pre-workout drink called Vintage Blast which supposedly stimulated the CNS, but I take this usually in the morning around 10am. No other caffeine is taken the rest of the day.
    Caffeime collect in nervous system then causes that issue.


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    this dude needs to go talk to his doctor..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vision View Post
    this dude needs to go talk to his doctor..
    Right? Lol, sooner than later if he knows what's best

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    Testosterone can make mild sleep apnea worse. Besides being over weight, having Large tonsils and tongue, recessed chin large over bite, smoking, and alcohol can play a role.

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    Sounds like you may have SA. I had a very similar issue had a sleep study done and found out I had mild SA, not really enough to register as such but doc put me on a cpap anyway! Has helped and I love it because I can now track my sleep patterns! Which is pretty cool. My advice would be to check with your doctor, tell him what’s happening and see what he suggests. Btw that is a pretty good bit of test you are running (I assume it’s sus 250) so the increased energy from That could also be contributing to your lack of sleep as well.

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