Posted by Todd (184.108.40.206) on February 28, 2000 at 21:08:33:
In Reply to: Todd... posted by Matt J on February 28, 2000 at 20:36:40:
But please do read all of what I have to say.
"The one exception to this is the mid-sleep attacks. Sleeping through the shadow and waking in a full-blown cluster obviates the ability to pop a pill at the required time, and so the tabs are marginally (or non-) effective, since the cluster will resolve within 30-60 minutes anyway."
Let me restate so that there is no misunderstanding. The tabs are worthless for the mid-sleep attacks.
I could easily have said (based on personal experience) that the tabs (during daytime attacks) work in 10-15 minutes and I would be speaking honestly. I chose to be conservative. So, tabs 10-15 and jabs 8-10, what's the difference? 10=10 and we have both defined ranges.
(And I thought I was anal-retentive for the sock thing!)
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