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Get more sleep in the day time, what to do? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 09-Oct-2013
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User:Hi Gud afternoon
Doctor:please proceed with your query
Doctor:are you there?
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User:ya.. i use to sleep 5 to 6 hours
User:and i get more sleep in the day time, what to do?
Doctor:Try to sleep longer in the night
Doctor:at least 8 hours
User:what is the healthy sleep hours
User:Ok Doctor, Thank you and please suggest me to become little fat
Doctor:a minimum of 6 hours for every 24 hours is healthy
Doctor:please eat more of proteins
Doctor:like vegetables, pulses, cereals
Doctor:milk and egg
Doctor:also meat
User:what are the other proteins food, pls
Doctor:vegetables, pulses, cereals
Doctor:milk and egg
User:Ok, i use to have.. but Digestion is the probelme
Doctor:then you can try protein shakes like proteinex milk powder
Doctor:have it in a glass of milk daily
User:Morning or Night?
User:wil get proteinex milk powder in all the medical shops or what
User:wil get proteinex milk powder in all the medical shops or what
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