I'm always sleep from the time i wake up and throughout the day. I'm just tired (exhausted) or sleepy and i go to school from 8:40am - 4:10pm. I wake up at 6:00am or 6:15am to get ready for school and i get there at like 7:50am. I then get home at like 5:30pm because i stay after school. I go to sleep when...

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  1. Arthur Dent

    Schedule an appointment with your family doctor. When the doctor asks what brings you in today show them what you have written here. Use that as a basis for having a frank discussion on how you are doing. They can do a full physical and neurological workup to see if anything you are taking or doing may be causing or contributing to your issue. They can refer you to a sleep specialist for a sleep study. Your doctor can also refer you to a mental health professional that can evaluate your mental state. Once the test results are in, treatment options can be discussed.

    Make sure you are eating well also. If you need help in that department have a look at the following plan.

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  2. Kat

    A neurologist can order a sleep study for you to get a better picture of what is going on (or not going on) while you sleep. There could be something like sleep apnea disrupting your sleep. Your general doctor can be a good place to start. Ask him if a sleep study would be a good idea. Then he can send you to the neurologist. A neurologist can also help to find the source of those headaches (which is probably lack of good sleep).

  3. B

    I work 7 PM to 7 am 5 days a week so quit bitching and learn so you can get a job

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