I can't sleep when I'm sleepy...?

Whenever its bedtime, I'm always sleeping, but I just can't sleep because I don't WANT to sleep. I always read a whole 300 paged book in one night because I "felt like it", cleaned my room and test out make-up, and I do all that when I'm sleepy! Because of that, i usually sleep at 3 or 4am and wake up at 11am. How can I sleep?

Answer:
There is nothing wrong with you. There is a difference between not WANTING to sleep and CANNOT sleep.
Because you are sleepy, you are forcing yourself to stay awake, by staying busy. If you would lay on your bed for five minutes with your eyes shut, not doing anything you would be sound asleep. It's funny I should find this question, because I have a problem with the part of the brain that tells me that I am sleepy. I need to take strong sleeping pills for the past three years. I suffered trauma to the part of my brain that makes me sleepy. I CANNOT get sleepy on my own. The medicine takes the place of the chemical that is missing, which you have and are not letting it do it's job. I wish I had a choice weather or not to go to sleep, or better yet I long for the natural feeling of getting sleepy on my own.
take sleeping pills. They knock you right out
it takes 2 hour to go to sleep but caffeinecan keep you up
Because you are afraid of dying
u don't need to take sleeping pills. if u re not physically tired at the end of the day, exercise, but not prior to 4 hours before bedtime. u probably think lot at night when u don't have tasks at hand and contemplate on different things. stop the habit of the book. turn the lights off , don't think and try to sleep no matter how much time it takes because sleep is extremely important, at least 7 hours.
Insomnia (sleeplessness) is due to stress,
dietary and medical problems. By making
small lifestyle changes like having a fixed
daily routine, relaxing and eating properly,
insomnia can be cured. I found the information
at http://www.nosleep.in/insomniacause.html...
that is what i do i stay on the computer for 3 hours then read a whole entire book then go to bed at some time between or on 3:00am-4:00am.
I have the same problem..it totally blows..no pills Try to exercise more than normal..play out your body..you will be fine
Maybe you have a lot of energy! Just try to spend it during day. Do a lot of activities that you like to do, and at bed time you would be really tired. Good Luck my friend.
Oh my God I do the exact same thing every night. The only problem is I wake up at like 6 in the morning so i don't get any sleep. What I do is I normally wait until like 2 or 3 and then I turn the lights of and try to force myself to go to sleep. So try that.
I havent a clue. I have been cursed with the inability to sleep more than 2 hour increments per night for over 20 years now. It is not only extremely frustrating, but not very healthy either (not to mention the severe headaches). Ive tried falling asleep by TV, reading, crosswords, lying in complete quiet and darkness, etc. Nothing helps. I refuse to take any type of pill to assist me, as I dont want to be in a position of needing that every single night. Ive tried getting up extremely early, laboring all day to tire my body, and going to bed late..all I do is find my body dead tired, but my eyes wide awake. I sympathize with you, but unfortunately, I cant offer any suggestions since nothing has worked for me. Good luck!
FRUSTRATION is the cause, get out of bed,start cleaning and sure soon you do want to sleep and you will

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