Hi Jeff

I have AnyMote home which has been discontinued, you can still buy it from 
third party on Amazon.  It runs many different remotes.  I think they are 
working on the software for the same thing now, but I'm afraid to mess up what 
I have working.  I use it on the TV and with direct TV, it also works with 
music systems.  There's nothing worse than waking up and realizing that I'm 
going to have to watch 3 hours old infomercials.  Joan



From: Jeffrey Gaede [mailto:jsga...@yahoo.com] 
Sent: Sunday, February 04, 2018 3:16 PM
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I'm starting to think however much sleep I get is just the way it goes. Hey, 
how are you changing the channel on your TV through your echo? I have no cable 
whatsoever. Are you changing a cable box or the actual TV and how? Jeff



From: "poaj...@sbcglobal.net <mailto:poaj...@sbcglobal.net> " 
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I have never been a good sleeper, and not being able to move when I wake up is 
a pain in the neck-literally!!  If I consistently get less than 5 hours per 
night I will take an ambien, but I’d try to keep it to a minimum and only use 
one 30 pill prescription per year.  I usually just switch channels on the TV 
(thank you Amazon Echo)  and get what sleep I can.  We have had such a mild 
winter that I have been able to be outside a lot, and that makes it easier for 
me to sleep.


From: Jeffrey Gaede [mailto:jsga...@yahoo.com] 
Sent: Sunday, February 04, 2018 11:18 AM
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I'm sure my doctor would prescribe whatever but I'll probably do without. I did 
visit a sleep clinic last week and they are going to test my oxygen while 
sleeping. I don't think that's the problem but whatever…



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To: Jeffrey Gaede <jsga...@yahoo.com <mailto:jsga...@yahoo.com> > 
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I finally gave up 2 years ago and started taking sleeping meds.  At the time, I 
rarely slept more than 2 hours straight.  I figured I was doing more damage to 
my brain by never getting any rest than taking something.  I was an insomniac 
before my injury.  Then add not being able to reposition at will.  Now I pop an 
ambien every other night.





On Sat, Feb 3, 2018 at 7:15 PM, Jeffrey Gaede <jsga...@yahoo.com 
<mailto:jsga...@yahoo.com> > wrote:

Anybody have answers to trouble sleeping or at least feeling rested when first 
awake, besides medication of any kind? Jeff




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