Can't Stay Awake

Discussion in 'After Effects' started by Zero00, Dec 3, 2007.

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  1. Zero00

    Zero00 Member

    Ever since my overdose I can't stay awake very long. I keep passing out and I find it very hard to wake up. This can't be good.
  2. Melancholy

    Melancholy Well-Known Member

    You need to get help as soon as you can. Is there anyone you can call, friends, family? Anyone who can take you to hospital, ODs can do massive damage so you need to get it checked out. Please.

  3. Beret

    Beret Staff Alumni

    Please get seen by a doc asap, ods are no fun and you need to be checked out.If you have no gp please go to the hospital hun. Dont be scared, its fine. :hug:
  4. aramaki

    aramaki Active Member

    We told you to see the doc!

    Now make sure you do! If you have friends / relations with you , tell them what happened and get them to call or take you to hospital.

    Otherwise, call for an ambulance as you wont know when you are going to pass out next!

    Hopefully you are well enough to read this in the first place!

    What she said!
  5. RySp123

    RySp123 Guest

    Lauren has given you the best advice. Please do rush into the nearest hospital and be checked.

    Let us know how you are doing later after being shecked and regained some sttrenght.

  6. Zero00

    Zero00 Member

    I couldn't go to the hospital. I know I should have and probably still should. But I don't want to have an attempted suicide on my medical record.

    I have been sleeping all week. My family and friends called to check on me but I was usually too tired or in too bad a mood to answer the phone. They are worried but no one knows I tried to kill myself. It would only scare them more than they already are. They know I'm messed up.

    I don't want anyone to see me like this or know what I did.

    Good news is that I am finally feeling some strength in my body again. I'm keeping strange hours but I'm staying awake for longer stretches of time. Good food helps. I'm rebuilding myself slowly as the rest of my life falls to pieces. Doing my best to not feel too anxious about things and just be happy that I'm still alive.
  7. RySp123

    RySp123 Guest

    Slowly the meds are running off and your body is finally regaining some strenght and energy.... by sleep and good eating habit. Those are good news and glad you are feeling better.

    No need to let them worry now though. Just tell them that for now you
    need some time alone on your own to reflect and lets say....making the point at this point of your life. Where you are going, what you are doing etc....
    they will understand and respect your need to be left alone and stop worrying a little which in turn means less calls which you do not seem to want.

    I'd suggest that when you are awake for few hours you have a good shower, get dressed especially, shave or else for starter than in few days take a breath of fresh air...... a small walk to refresh your mind and allow your system to recuperate oxigen etc..... it will work out fine if you make it a point in getting better and do this as a 'must' do on a dayly basis.

    Hope you do and will soon feel the benefit of being alive.

    Glad you are better, you have a purpose even if you cant figure it out yet and heavens have ensure that you have a second chance....dont waste it hun.

    Be well and Stay SAfe!

    granny x
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