I'm back already healthunlockeders having done the sleep EEG, After crawling the 10 miles through the rush hour traffic we made it to the hospital just in time where a young nurse technician wired my brain up by gluing lots of sensors all over my head. She then put me to bed and said lie quietly for 40 minutes, dimmed the lights and left me on my own in the room. As she shut the door she said I'll be watching you on a TV screen in the next room. (weird or what)
I've gotta say I was feeling pretty tired after being deprived of any sleep for 27 hours and wasn't to surprised when I woke myself up with a loud snore as you do after about 20 mins. I didn't drop off again but lay there until the nurse returned as promised after about 40 minutes.
I climbed off the bed and sat back in the chair where the torturous part of the test began.
Each sensor seemed glued into my hair and with each removal I felt a clump of my hair leave with it, we'll being a man I couldn't show any sign of pain and chatted away normally as I lost what little hair I have left.
Well most hospital visits have a little pain and suffering included somewhere and its free so why complain eh'
As usual I asked the nurse did you see anything to worry about and got the standard answer that the results will be sent to my GP in due course. They never give anything away at the time do they even though they probably know the answer.
The silly thing is, I'm home now and don't feel like going to bed but I'm sure when I do I'll be out like a light and for a long time too.
Thanks all you healthunlockeders for answering my early morning post and if your thinking of venturing out today think again, the weather is horrendous here in Malvern, I'm glad to be back home in the warm