A 30-year-old male asked:
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im having trouble sleeping.. it started back in 2012 when suddenly i couldnt sleep at night, later i took xanax but now i always feel sleepy?

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Dr. Jacques Jospitre
20 years experience Psychiatry
Depression and nutri: Trouble sleeping can be caused by various issues, including depression and other psychiatric disorders. In turn, psychiatric conditions can be related to nutritional deficiencies or medical conditions. Your starting point is having a general physical exam with lab work. Attention should be paid to your B vitamins, Vit D, and your thyroid function, looking at T3 and T4. If that's good, then psych.
Answered on Jul 15, 2019
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