These past few weeks have been a roller coaster. Truth be told my par time job hasn’t been giving me work because were not only slow but they also are closing the store for three days to give it some TLC (Tender loving care, in case you don’t know what that means). Because of all this my sleeping schedule has been slowly getting worse and worse along with my allergies. For some reason I can't stop sneezing and no matter what I do I haven’t been able to get a break from the constant grossness of it all. When I go to bed it seems to act up and it prevents me from sleeping at night.
Last night alone I was sneezing and sniffling for four hours straight and I could not get a break no matter how I tilted my head of how many times I blew my nose. It just kept coming back in full force and never letting up on me. It was the most frustrated I have been in a while.
To top things off I have been getting more headaches as well. Luckily they have not been migraines but just regular headaches at random times. I think it’s because of all the sniffling and sneezing that has been going on. So you best believe that I have been doing my best to minimize them and to try and make sure that I can function as a normal person. I’m hoping that within the next few days that I can get my sleeping schedule back under control. I just have to keep trying and going to bed earlier then I have been and eventually my body will respond. Not working has been a struggle but I know that when I get back from New York I will be working more than usual.
So I am being hopeful that my schedule will get back on track and that the sniffling and sneezing will stop. I dont know anybody else really that has issues with me sneeezing like I do so if this sounds like an issue you face please let me know what you do to minimize the sniffling problem. I would appreciate any advice.
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