one would think that bright lights, loud noises, and the cool breeze would be enough to keep anyone from sleeping. well, they’d be wrong. dead wrong. miss pyrrha hagias would be the cause, because not only did manage to fall asleep once, but thrice. she was close to her fourth nap of the night, bundle under jackets and blankets.
I suspect her sleep onset difficulties relate more to the fact that she does nap during the day and she will also inadvertently fall asleep for half an hour at round 8.00pm when reading to her children. Two conditions that I think we need to be suspicious for are narcolepsy and idiopathic hypersomnia. Susan reports a reasonable mood at present. She will proceed to having some routine pathology including a check of thyroid function and iron studies. She will also undergo a diagnostic sleep study combined with a multiple sleep latency test.
the boat instead of sleeping in the cabin since the weather was so nice. “I made my permanent bed on the port bunk with lee cloth tied by two lines to the rail above on the ceiling stretching the length and forming a sort of cradle that stopped me from falling out as the boat tossed around. I arranged a sleeping bag inside the cradle for maximum comfort and I’d bundle up in this cocoon with Dinghy, as Varuna rocked us to sleep.” Tania would often dream about different foods that she craved causing her to wake and be salivating. Even though she did miss certain foods like ice cream, chicken and salads, she did not feel the need to go back to land. She really did enjoy being out on the water, she felt as if she could sail the world happily forever.
Her eyes as warm and irresistible as roasted chestnuts.” According to the text, “Jessa is curled on the bed, her purple stuffed dog, Princess, tucked under her chin. her walls have been dimmed, so the only illumination comes from the moonlight slithering through the blinds.” (Dunn 15) This means that everything that Callie does is for her sister. Callie is so caring of her sister she will do anything for her sister.
Yuki and squished into her bed and started to cry as countless tears had performed a sorrowful dance down the side of her cheek. Mother ran her fingers through Yuki’s soft and straight black hair comforting her, wrapping her arms around her. “It’s okay sweetie,” Mother said calmingly. “This place isn’t so bad,” she lied to Yuki, protecting her from facing reality. as long as we have each other, Ken, Emi and Grandma, we’ll be alright.” Yuki didn’t say a word, her lips just started to tremble like a frightened baby.
Her hair was wispy over a scalp that shows signs of pressure sores, pink from constant contact with the pillow. Nervously I asked, “Miss, would you like a book or magazine?” “It depends on the type of books you have,” she replied. From there, we engaged in a lively conversation about books that she had read. In the end, she gently held my hand and said, “Thank you.” Over the coming weeks, I witnessed her losing her battle, not only with her illness but the lack of support from others. Yet my presence had caused her to smile and regain some happiness.
This story in particular reminds me of the horror movies of today and I loved how the tone of the story is somewhat calm with a dash of wondering if the knocking on the wall is just a branch or something more sinister. I love the way that Zoe describes her characters. I can practically see Laura as she is described, her “brown hair messily sprawled across her pillow” and her “oversized t-shirt that was almost large enough to be a nightgown”. I love the description as a whole in this story, and I feel like it is brought most to life through the actions and words of the characters. She mentions how Laura is a light sleeper, causing you to wonder why she isn 't waking up throughout all of the noises and David getting into bed.
it #OceanBabyMystery it is now #MagicalOceanBabyMystery! What will happen next in their long journey? Episode 2: The Awakening, 6 years later There lies baby Rapunzel, in a bed surrounded with the most beautiful of flowers. Just a little girl, Rapunzel realizes that she isn’t where she was when she fell asleep the night before. Rapunzel experiences that freak out moment right when she’s awaken.
Most women goes through postpartum depression. Well the narrator from the story was locked up for days. She was suffering because she recently had a baby. John thinks she might have postpartum depression and afraid she may harm herself or baby. She was told to stay in bed and rest.
Analysis Before I even began to read O’Brien (2011), I had already made the assumption that the content was filled with horror stories about her days spent in a mental hospital. After reading the title, I prepared myself for the stories of abuse, neglect, over medication, thoughts of suicide, and calls for help. O’Brien (2011) outlined her typical day in the mental hospital where she had been staying and to my surprise, she concluded by clearing the stereotype known by many about mental hospitals. I found the first fifty-five minutes of her day to be quite depressing myself. Knowing what it is like to lay in your bed, trying to drift off to sleep, but never do.