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 My eye twitches now and again for hours on end. Is this normal or is it something wrong with me?

 what do you like better? baths or showers?

 Embarrasing, but i'll ask anyways?
Ok, i've been getting constipated lately and i was wondering other than taking metamucil, what food can i eat that would help?...

 I get too tired too easily. Advice?
Like Ill be jumping rope or lifting weight for about only 2-3 minutes, then ill get so tired, my legs or arms get sore, i get too huff puff, and i aint seeing results, im 260 pounds, 5'9 and 14 ...

 ACK!! Why can't I sleep?
It's 5am EDT, and I CANNOT fall asleep. I lie down for half an hour or so, and when I am still fully awake after that I get up and read, or take a bath, burn some chamomile incense, etc. T...

 i've had shooting pains in my head and nausea now got pressure behind my eyes know wot it is?
had it for about 10 days on and off....

 can u catch anything by shaking the hand of a junkie (drugs addict) ?

 What's the best way to fall asleep, when you're stressed?

 How long does it take you to fall asleep at night?
I have ADHD and autism but I don't really have sleep problems so it takes me about an hour to fall asleep, is that normal

how long does it take you?...

 Is cracking your fingers good for you?
I've heard mixed stories. Help?
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People have told me a doctor said it cures artheritis! Odd, but almost everyone in my class is doing it....

 How do you get to sleep faster?
I get into bed fairly early, but I go to sleep really late, I just stay awake for 1, 2, 3 hours.

I don't want to take any medicine, I want natural things. My mum gave me a lavender ...

 How can i get rid of rats,I've tried trap, rat poison but they keep coming back?
I live in hostel room, in central india, they often disturb my sleep, during night they just play in my bed!...

 i'm a 16 y.o. girl haven't been eating & sleeping lately...?
idk what's causing it or how to fix it. i'll go for about 8 hours without eating until i finally get hungry enough to force myself to eat something. but any food just makes me feel sick to ...

 How do you get to sleep when not tired?
How do you get to sleep when you can't sleep. I have this problem and because of it i cant sleep please help me!...

 When you drink & then get drunk, is it bad to take a shower?

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Because some are saying that if youre drunk & took a shower, your blood goes up to your head & thats where "the common passing out" thing really ...

 I can't sleep. Any adivce?
Latly i've been tired but i can't sleep. Last night I stayed up till 6am and sleep till 10am. Right now im tired but I can't sleep....

 What's better: eat more at lunch or dinner?
explain pls....

 I'm 19 can i still grow any taller than i already am?
I'm 5'8 what else could i do besides drinking milk, streching, proper nutrition, and more sleep to become taller??...

 I'm super tired during the day What's happening?
I've noticed I have less energy in the day by the time I get home from work I'm exhausted, (I usually get close to 5-6 hours of sleep a night). I also noticed I have bizarre hot and cold ...

 A pencil lead is stuck in my palm since I was 5 years old. I'm now 48. Is this poisonous?.?
There's no pain. But sometimes intimidating....

why do you we yawn?

because we feel sleepy

shaunna j
every time we yawn we are giving our brain air we NEED to yawn

to arrange your heartbeat, yawning mostly happens right after you wake up or before you go to sleep.... while you're asleep your heart beats significantly slower, than you awake...something like 40-60 bpm while sleeping,i guess and it depends if you're dreaming...around 80 roughly while you're awake doing daily physical exercises

Whan you are tired, you dont breathe in
alot of O2 (oxegen). when you yawn,
your body is trying to get more air

Poe's Rose
Low oxygen levels in the lungs cause us to yawn.

four wheelin' love♥
if air starts traveling into our head we hiccup or yawn to get it out

Our Bodys are trying to get a lot of oxygen to our body in the fastest way possible....Yawning would be the quickest way

cheeky chic 379
Yawning is a response to lack of oxygen. When we yawn we take in more.
When you get tired, your pulse gets slower, and you heart and lungs work slower. Thus , you take in less oxygen..

it has to do to help you breathe right....and if ur tiered


beause we're tired and if u didnt know that ur gay... loose sum weight... hahaha

A more recent hypothesis is that yawning is used for regulation of body temperature.

because either you are tired or you aren't getting enough oxygen to your brain.

It helps to relieve our tension whatever the build-up. Cats yawn and dogs too and they don't feel guilty about it.

To exercise our lungs, which not only gets oxygen into the bloodstream but may speed up our heartbeat a bit, requesting a bit of blood sugar be released into the system, cause our brains want a bit more "fuel".

Dan S
A build up of carbon dioxide forces you to take a large breath.

When you are sleepy your body metabolism slows down and you breath less. So if you are still active you may have to draw in more oxygen.

Yawning is contagious, as proved by The Mythbusters, on the Discovery Channel. The reasons for that aren't well known, but it could be a case of "Monkey see, monkey do."

cuzz you're low on oxygen

David T
To let oxygen out of your blood.

Because some people are so boring, and your brain cannot be bothered to answer them properly!!

[♥that girl♥]
it is cause we are like not breathing enough or something like that. if you yawn, notice you are breathing in.

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