Call bells in my sleep - page 2
Just wondering if anyone else has had this happen. When I worked at the hospital, not so long ago, overstressed, understaffed...you know the routine. Anyway, used to dream about work...never felt... Read More
Aug 18, '02Joined: Mar '02; Posts: 33; Likes: 10When I started 3-11 and many patients were sleeping when I left, I started waking up thinking I WAS IN A PATIENT'S BED!!! Thank god those dreams stopped but I swear my computer's fan sometimes makes a sound like the call bell.
Aug 18, '02Occupation: ER RN Specialty: ER,ICU,L&D,OR,ETC ; Joined: May '01; Posts: 5,588; Likes: 566Howdy yall
from deep in the heat of texas
That never happens to me, Buit I naver go to sleep for at least 4 hours after a shift. I work in the yard, I exercise first, I GOLF, Then I will sleep and I sleep very well.
Never let your feelings from work go to bed with you.
excercise or exorcise those feelings before you ever think of laying down
doo wah ditty
Aug 18, '02Occupation: Student Joined: May '02; Posts: 413; Likes: 21I have to say that anywhere there is high stress, there is the capacity of having nightmares relating to that stress. If the stress is severe enough anything that will stir memories of the stress will cause the person to experience many of the above descriptions. Lately, my stress has been getting out of control and starting last night I have been trying very hard to control it and basically relax. Life sucks when you are so tensed up that you forget who you are and what you need to do for your own good. See the thread I started a while back about Stress relievers. I do not remember where it is, but perhaps we all can get better control over our lives. What you think?