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@Courtney_J If it's overwhelming, as in I can't keep my eyes open, I have a nap for up to an hour, even 10 minutes gives me that boost. If it's only slight, I get up and do something to keep myself awake.

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Find a good thriller film , makes me forget any worries , might seem a bit bizarre but works for me

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Having had epilepsy for over 50 years, my skin has been affected by allergic reactions and more due to constant medications. I am also allergic to wheat, dairy, protein, spices, and seafood which cause havoc on the skin. Perfumes, colors, fragrances, and chemicals in washing powder, dishwashing liquids, etc. also cause problems.

I stopped wearing makeup several years ago due to reactions, and only use hypoallergenic soaps, creams, and shampoo/conditioner.

My skin has always been very dry and I have found the Simple range good for skin problems/sensitivity. I also use Vaseline Repair Cream after a shower which definitely has helped rejuvenate dry skin.

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