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do you have any suggestions for my anxiety i can't sleep two days now?

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Dr. Daniel Sternberg
Clinical Psychology 49 years experience
Anxiety and Sleep: Has there been anything that has changed in your life, such as a crisis, trauma, severe upset, excessive travel? Have you had problems with sleeping before? Has there been ongoing anxiety that's getting worse? You might want to talk to your family doctor first to rule out a sleep disorder, and then consider counseling for your anxiety.

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A 25-year-old male asked:

Anxiety make me sleep bad and tired all day, I can't sleep at right hours and my day is exhaustive. Can you help me?

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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine 38 years experience
Difficulty sleeping: Try to unwind with mild exercise like walking a few hours before bedtime. Don't eat within a couple hours of going to bed. Develop a routine for bedtime: going to bed about same time, not watching tv in bed; not eating in bed. Have the bedroom a comfortable temperature. Use a fan or white noise generator to block out noises that may disturb you. Avoid bright light if you get up for the—>.
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine 38 years experience
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Feb 16, 2012

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