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Sleep Cycle Your Face.

A normal sleep cycle:

Which is what I thought I had last night, until I woke up and saw evidence on the bedside table that suggested otherwise:

And then I remembered the whole thing:  normal sleep pattern interrupted by one very sweaty low, followed quickly by a  juice box, then another low a few hours later, and another juice box, and one moment to clean my teeth of the sugar consumed.

Making it look more like this:

Daylight savings time doesn’t have anything on a stubborn hypoglycemic event.

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  1. Jochen #

    Respect on taking care of your teeth in such a situation. I just try to get back to sleep a.s.a.p.

    03/9/15; 1:46 pm
  2. Susannah #

    I’ve already said the same on Facebook just wanted to reiterate, we had such similar nights! I echo John – respect for brushing your teeth after all that!

    03/11/15; 1:57 pm
  3. I hate that it’s possible to have lows we don’t immediately remember. But I love your graphic with the juice boxes. Thanks for making me laugh about such unlaughable things.

    03/17/15; 8:01 pm
  4. So I find the teeth brushing rather inspiring as well and am also a person to think about things like that. For that reason I keep a honey bear by my bed because I heard once (and have not looked into it too scrupulously) that honey does not give you cavities. Sometimes I keep a tablespoon too since one tbls has 15 grams carbs, sometimes I sort of wing it.

    03/24/15; 3:27 pm

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