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Good, restorative sleep and constant nighttime wake ups are a real problem for many parents of children with special needs.
Making yo-yos better sleepers has also made them harder to wake up.
My mother always told me, whatever decisions you wake up with the day after prayer, that's what you should go with.
If you wake up feeling as though you have been run over by a Mack truck--what doctors refer to as unrefreshed sleep--it is reasonable for your doctor to assume that you have a sleep disorder.
CHERYL MILLER, the great basketball talent, on why she never considered using steroids: "Who wanted to wake up one morning with a beard?
In a letter to a prisoners' newspaper, he says: "I go to bed with a smile, I wake up with a smile, that's how I am.
It's going to take something like that for people to wake up," says Neumann, who speculates that Citibank and other firms skirted disaster by margins narrower than they have led the public to believe.