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Do you get tired between about 4 and 6 pm?

Do you carry on or sit down?

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I rarely do get tired at that time.

I think I used to when I had children living at home however nowadays as I have aged, I seem to have a lot of energy most of the time apart from about 8 pm onwards.

I find I have more energy on the days I do voluntary work than on the days I stay home and do little!
by Finy
That is just too funny as a question for ME! I am tired ALL the time! But I force myself to do things and keep busy so that I do not sleep all the time! It is very easy for people to take the easy path and just rest all the time when unwell,but I do the opposite wherever I can,as it is vitally important to me personally to use my brain and my muscles as much as my condition permits! I have been told that as we get older we do not require as much sleep at night,though a 'siesta' does us the world of good if we get into the habit of taking a break at about 3 pm for an hour! It was my specialist who told me this about 20 years ago,and I know that my 84 year old dad does exactly this ,and has done so for many years.He is so young at heart and amazing,that no one would guess his age!
I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and a small child.... I'm tired all day long! But I find the time between 2 and 4pm particularly bad. So yes, we sit down and do quiet activities then. No other way to make it past 4o'clock otherwise!
You have my heartfelt sympathy. My doctor was giving me B12 injections until I decided that the needle was worse than the malady and I felt no better anyway. Keep smiling :-)
by Rice
Yep. That's me in the photo above. No idea how Finy got it. 00
by Rice
I tend to be tired all the time!!
by AJ
I get tired around 7 pm.
But... if I have had a full on day 4 pm will do it! but just have to keep going.
Very few women have a choice. :(

p.s. That bird looks dead ?*#!?
As john cleese skit would say, not dead, just resting...
by Finy
lol...lol
by jonaja
I'm with AJ; I tend to be tired all the time. But, if I keep myself busy, I rarely notice. It's only when I sit down to I not want to get up again.
by Vee
Vee .....your a lot younger than me, so maybe you just need a few vitamins.
They help a lot :)
by jonaja
I'll have to do something, jonaj. It can be really frustrating. Though, I have to admitt, I should go to sleep earlier of a night time.
by Vee
No I don't get tired until later when I am relaxing and thinking about bed!
by Fran
I often get tired after 6pm. I wake up early in the morning, so by 6pm, I just want to put my feet up.
No, but I get hungry around 4 o'clock. That's when I have to keep busy so I don't start munching on the wrong stuff. I rarely feel sleepy during the day but when my head hits the pillow at night I'm gone in no time!
Yes - very. I usually go to bed!
When working, I had to get up and walk around the office or eat lollies/chocolate in order to plough thru. the remainder of the day.
I don't have a set time for getting tired. After a busy day, the first time I get to sit down is around 5.30, just before the news comes on the TV. My hubby tends to fall asleep during the news around 6.30 or 7pm. After that, he tends to get a second wind. A nap can be a great reviver. Then, he doesn't have to go to bed ridiculously early, and we can enjoy the evening together.
Yes, to the point that I have to go to bed & sleep for 2+ hours.
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