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I just want to know if there is anyone else who is like this... just trying to figure out what to do.Do you feel really terrible in the morning whenever you wake up? And if you wake up and jump out of bed right away then you'll feel terrible for the rest of the day. But if you stay in bed for an a while (an hour, maybe longer) awake then you'll be able to feel much better?As well, I find that if I eat past about 5:30pm at night then I feel absolutly terrible the next day.
 
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Mornings are generaly a tough time for most. My doctor has preached alot about not eating after 8pm. It's good advice. I have found the earlier I eat in the evening the better I am in the morning.
 
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Dear Penny,Looks like you are a new member, welcome to the board.Yes, I am very much like that in the mornings. If I have to go somewhere, I have to set my alarm for at least 3 hours prior just so I can get up and moving slowly and properly. But I had this long before the IBS, to varying degrees. I have recently found out that for me it is because I have Fibromyalgia. Do you have muscular and joint type pain? Headaches or dizziness or extreme fatigue?
 
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Greetings Penny, Since the IBS came into my life mornings are yucky. I get my husband off to work at 5:30am then go back to bed and sleep. Always tired. I'm working on changing that as I soon will have yard work to do in the mornings (as spring has arrived) before it gets too hot in our Texas sun. I don't know how those who have a job manage. They deserve a lot of credit! Check out the board as it will be most helpful and you are not alone. Best wishes. ------------------Those who drink of the water will never be thirstyKittygirl (D type)
 

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HiMy mornings are heck as well. I get up at 5:00 am for work, but due to my job and the commute, I don't get back home until about 6:30 - 7:00 pm. Makes for a long day. I can't really sleep later or stay at work later - I'd be eating dinner at 9:00 pm if that were the case! I just go slow in the morning and try to do what I can the night before (figuring out my outfit takes forever in the morning). I enjoy my work-from-home days and weekends - even an extra hour helps out a lot. Karen
 
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