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The wind is howling now, won't be able to sleep tonight

It's been snowing and wind howling, all-day how do you cope if you can't sleep?
Matt85 · 36-40, M
It's really going at it right now, here in Newark.
Piper · 61-69, F
I like hearing wind howling. I cope with not being able to sleep, by reading a book until I can.
Saucylover · 26-30, F
I sleep with a fan, white noise machine, or just put white noise or fan sounds on YouTube if you have a smart tv or phone with headphones. If you have a loud box or oscillating can, use that.
Daisyrose · F
Heavy wind used to freak me out, especially when I was a kid and the electricity grid in my area was really poor and kept having blackouts. Now I watch sleep videos on YouTube of blizzards and you’re complaining cause you get it for free. The weather has been diabolical constant rain and wind and in many places snow. I like them all separately but not all together. If I can’t sleep I don’t sleep.
katydidnt · 56-60, F
Those are wolves. Now try sleeping!
smileylovesgaming · 31-35, F
I sleep with a fan
Freeranger · M
Not that, that will confort you one who lives in the country, it is that very thing you describe that I find insulating and comforting and the perfect catalyst for sleeping.
I can't explaing it necessarily, but there it is.
Morrowind · 26-30, M
I have been staying in the city in an apartment
You need a fan to survive here
Wanrich5 · 36-40, M
@Morrowind do you mean Lancashire England?
Thevy29 · 36-40, M
White noise. Dark room. Put a blanket over your curtains, it will help to dampen some of the sound.
Repete · 61-69, M
As long as it’s warm under the blankets I can sleep anywhere.
Try earplugs maybe
Wanrich5 · 36-40, M
I've been playing dead by daylight in handheld mode on my Oled to pass the time
hippyjoe1955 · 61-69, M
The wind keeps you awake? How strong is it?
Wanrich5 · 36-40, M
@hippyjoe1955 well it was accompanied by light snow that didn't settle image=]
Wanrich5 · 36-40, M
RosaMarie · 41-45, F
That's exactly the kind of white noise that most people need to sleep.
BohemianBoo · 18-21, M
[quote]how do you cope if you can't sleep?[/quote]

swirlie · 31-35, F
If I can't sleep, the first thing I do is get up and read a few passages from Donald J. Trump's, 'Art of the Deal' and then I start laughing SO hard that I actually pass out when I start to hyperventilate and quite often, I'll awaken late in the morning and find myself lying on my living room floor under my coffee table.
candycane · 31-35, F
Toss turn and wake up sore and tired

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