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    #201
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Hahaha!

    I wonder how I look like to my staff....

    Just had my 6th cup of brewed coffee this morning,- typical day....Meeting, meeting at meeting pa ulit.... :hysterical:

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    #202
    Sugar Rush...!

    Read more: Late-Night Eating: Foods to Avoid Eating Before Bedtime - Prevention.com

    Types of foods you should avoid eating before going to sleep.


    Greasy or fat-filled foods: Greasy, heavy, fatty foods not only make you feel sluggish the next morning, but they also make your stomach work overdrive to digest all that food. Stay away from things like fast food, nuts, ice cream, or super cheesy foods right before bed.

    High-carb or sugary foods: A little bit of something sweet before bed may be just what you need to rest happy, but if you gobble a huge slice of chocolate cake, the spike in your blood-sugar levels could cause your energy levels to spike and plummet, disrupting your sleep in the process. Avoid cake, cookies, or other desserts as well as carby snacks like crackers or white bread and munch on an apple instead.

    Red meat and other proteins: Like fatty foods, eating red meats late at night will sit in your stomach and make it hard for you to fall asleep while you're digesting (red meat may affect you the worst, but eating a large portion of chicken or pork would have the same effect as well). You don't have to avoid protein altogether, just make sure you go for lean and small portions, like deli-sliced turkey breast or a cup of yogurt.

    Spicy foods: Spices may be a natural cure-all for a range of ailments, but when you're craving something to eat late at night, step away from the hot sauce. Spicy, peppery foods may upset your stomach, and not only that, chemicals in spicy food can stimulate your senses, making it hard to fall asleep.

    Big portions: Late-night snacking shouldn't turn into a late-night meal. Keep the total amount of calories under 200 so you won't have any problems going and staying asleep. You'll also feel good knowing that you didn't undo all your healthy eating habits of the day right before bedtime.

    So what should you eat instead? Small, light portions that will also calm cravings and help you sleep. Try these five sleep-inducing snacks under 200 calories or these five low-calorie late-night snacks that hit all your sweet or salty cravings. And remember to limit how much alcohol you drink as well, since too many drinks can keep you up at night.

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    #203
    ^

    masarap talaga mga bawal.

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    #204
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    ^

    masarap talaga mga bawal.
    sinsabi mo pa sir retz
    grabe sobrang sarap ng siesta ko kanina akala ko nasa bahay ako

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    #205
    ^

    parang pangalawang bahay mo na rin ang opisina sir.

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    #206
    now i need 25mg of iterax and 1 tablet of melatonin to make me feel sleepy

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    #207
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    ^

    parang pangalawang bahay mo na rin ang opisina sir.
    hahaha oo nga, considering the number of hours I stayed sa office

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    #208
    Sa malater remedios may Insomnia Bar.

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    #209
    ^That is so 90s

    I just confirmed that the answer to my insomnia is to get myself exhausted I was asleep by 10 pm last night and awake at 7 am. Perfect!

    Now, if only I could get that much exhausted on a daily basis

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    #210
    ^ reminds me of cesar milan's (of nat geo's the dog whisperer fame) constant advice to his clients: release those nervous pent-up energy in the dog and you guys will have a satisfying life (or something like that)

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