What's up sherbros. In the last few weeks I'm having trouble getting quality sleep. It has become a daily habit to be 1 hour or 2 rolling in my bed before falling asleep. I go to bed around 12PM and my alarms rings at 7AM.. so doing the math I'm sleeping around 5hs and change a day. The morning are the worst part because I just can't get up. If I close my eyes I fell sleep automatically. I have to set up a back up alarm 10 minutes after. I wake up zombie mode and about 8:15 / 8:30 (when I'm at the bus near my work or the 10 minutes walk from the stop to the office) I feel fully energized.. I mean, like lifting weights, sparring, running shit... Then it comes the work, 1 cup of coffee, a light lunch and I survive pretty well during the day until I take the bus back to my house (sometimes I take a 15 minutes nap there). At my house at 17:30 approx I usually do things I have (procrastinate too) to do and at 20:30 I train for 1 hour (weather is kickboxing or calisthenics/weight). Then I eat, shower, etc. I was used to sleep a 20/30 mins nap around 18hs but gave up since it would ruin my sleep later. This is the first time in years that this happens to me. I thought it was because I had more energy due to the diet (clean low-carb, almost gave up all sugars and junk food) or training (7 days at week) which would be normal and has happened to me before, but 3/4 weeks my body is not adapting at all. Might be stress/anxiety too (leaving my job soon, taking a few months off and moving to another country) but honestly it does not feel like that. I'm handling it pretty well all things considered. I had an stomach ulser because of stress so I kind of know my limits and I'm far from them. I know training at night might be detrimental to my sleep, but I have been doing it that way for years. So.. any tips? Any of you went through something similar and found a way out?