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Can Insomnia Lead To Hallucinations If Not Treated Adquately
Many women complain that they have trouble sleeping when they are pregnant. Try not to eat just before bedtime. Consider taking a warm bath at bedtime to help you relax. As your abdomen gets bigger, you may want to lie on your side with a pillow under your abdomen and a pillow between ...Read more
Chronic insomnia (not total sleep deprivation) doesn't cause psychosis or hallucinations does it? I have a huge fear of going crazy (ocd) and this worries me a lot because i've had trouble sleeping .
It can: Thinking 'too much" on certain topics can make you anxious and lead to insomnia. Some people's minds won't shut off at the end of the day -- they're still worrying about accomplishing tasks or making sure they don't forget something important. It may help to simply write down a list of these things, so your mind will know you have them -- and it doesn't need to keep reminding you!See 2 more doctor answers
Sleep deprivation : Depriving yourself of good sleep patterns can set you up for a disturbance in your sleep patterns, much as shift workers have to deal with. Try to maintain consistent sleep habits as much as possible to avoid disruption to your rest. Occasional "all nighters" with study or fun activities is ok, but try not make it a habit, or it could backfire on you.
I am using slow-mag supplement, taking it in the night after gym, can it lead to insomnia? what is the ideal time to take it?
Unlikely: Some patients report sleeping better when they take Slow Mag. You might react differently to some of the preservatives, best to try it and see. I think mornings would be best time to take this supplement.
Sleep hygiene : Learn about sleep center seritonin about rem and nonrem relaxation not worrying about sleep caffeine benzodiazepine sleep is a symptom not a disease telling u something is wrong sun goes down we should go down sun goes upwelling should be up we should learn from birds and animals they don't have sleep disorders as they dont defy nature.See 1 more doctor answer
It depend on the: Underling cause of the and what kind, it range from.If insomnia is caused by a short-term change in the sleep/wake schedule, as with jet lag, your sleep schedule may return to normal on its own. Making lifestyle changes to help you sleep better can also help. If your insomnia makes it hard for you to function during the day, talk to your doctor.The kind need more details, se the below link.See 1 more doctor answer
Many Causes..: There are many reasons for difficulty sleeping, and several types of insomnia. Nearly 70 million people suffer from sleep problems. If you have been having difficulty sleeping for some time (two or more weeks), it may be helpful to consult your doctor or a mental health professional to explore further. Here is a link to some tips I have developed for my patients: http://tinyurl.Com/cuexb6u.See 2 more doctor answers
Yes: It depends on what was causing the insomnia, how it was treated, and whether you've continued treatment long enough. For instance, if your insomnia was related to depression and you did not continue therapy or medications long enough, the symptoms (including insomnia) could come back. Or, your doctor may not have found an effective treatment for you yet. Please don't give up!
It'sTheOthrWayAround: They (whomever 'they' are) say 1-2% of people who take metformin have sleep disturbances. Unknown exactly why. But...other factors should also be considered, like what's happening with the blood glucose levels, and all of the other factors that burden this veil of tears, like stress,depression,anxiety,other drugs, alcohol,caffeine,smoking,using the computer too much, especially before bed, etc etc
Yes it can: We see people with widespread body aches. These are usually people with fibromyalgia. Things that can make it worse include poor exercise and /or poor sleep and/or poor control of stress and psychological issues. When sleep is improved, by correctly idenifying the cause of the poor sleep and sometimes a sleep study can help, the body aches can improve. The muscle pain needs exercise!
I have successfully treated narcolepsy (take provigil, xyrem). About a year ago, i suddenly developed severe chronic insomnia. What could cause this?
Not reported but...: High doses of Vit. C are widely used and generally well-tolerated. The most common side effect of doses of 2 grams or more is loose stools and nausea. Other side effects are rare. In searching I have not seen any reports of insomnia. See http://tinyurl.com/zzz5rdx However, most Vit C is derived from corn. If you are allergic to corn you might react to corn-derived C. Try a corn-free form.
Hard to say: Insomnia is actually one of the symptoms that is used to diagnose someone with depression, i.e. One can be classified as depressed if one has insomnia, one other symptom and depressed mood for at least two weeks continuously. So, since insomnia is so integral to how depression is diagnosed, it would be really difficult to make a study of how often insomnia leads to depression and vice versa.See 1 more doctor answer
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