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By EFFED4LIFE - / Wednesday 11 March 2009 05:33 / United States
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By  adelaide_evening  |  0

I do that ALL the time. What you need to do is set the one by your bed (the one I assume you are turning off), and then set another one across the room about five minutes later so you have to get up and turn it off. Between the two of them and having to walk across the room, it should wake you up. If it doesn't, set another across the room.

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By  adelaide_evening  |  0

I do that ALL the time. What you need to do is set the one by your bed (the one I assume you are turning off), and then set another one across the room about five minutes later so you have to get up and turn it off. Between the two of them and having to walk across the room, it should wake you up. If it doesn't, set another across the room.

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I do the same thing! Actually, I posted the same FML earlier, but it got moderated. Anyway, so this got to the point where I set five alarms a few minutes apart and manged to turn them all off in my sleep. Finally, I changed the sound of the alarm and I woke up in one ring...until I got accustomed to the sound again. So just regularly change the sound and the mechanism in which you turn it off.

By  Auricom  |  0

I've heard of people setting the alarm in the bathroom and have the day's clothing ready next to the shower. When they wake up, it's easy to just hop straight in. Haven't tried it myself.

By  yay_fml  |  0

Get a sleep study. I have the exact same problem (I have 8 alarms and sometimes turn them all off) so I am getting one done soon. The doctor said it could be something called Delayed Sleep Phase, or even sleep apnea.

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  Sweej  |  1

You're right, sleep apnea is when one stops breathing, or has trouble breathing during sleep. It can sometimes be fatal. #7 doesn't know what he's talking about.

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  azouwa  |  19

yes. you're right. sleep apnea is when you stop breathing during sleep however it does affect your sleep. you sleep so poorly that you don't get your required rest. I can see someone with sleep apnea turning an alarm off and not remembering...

By  th3wh1tee  |  0

After you are done setting your alarm clock, bolt it to the wall and make sure you can't unplug it and then put it in a cage with a poisonous rattle snake =D

By  z_vet  |  0

It happens to many people. Try putting your alarm clock somewhere in the room so you need to get up to turn it off. Or get one with snooze function, or this funny thing which can run away from you.

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