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Can You Get A Headache From Sleeping Too Much
Regulate schedule: Work on regulating your sleep schedule. Rise at the same time and sleep at the same time. Limit naps to 20 minutes. You can take a non steroid antiinflammatory as needed for a daytime headache, just keep in mind that rebound headaches can occur with this if used chronically! ...Read more
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
See your doctor: Having recurring illness is troubling. In order to achieve a specific and correct doagnosis with symptoms like this, you'll need to visit your doctor. Only after a face-to-face evaluation will he/she be able to properly diagnose and treat you. ...Read more
I always had headache after sleeping too much on the weekend. And also during sleep I always grind my teeth. Is it normal?
Options: Do you also grind your teeth at night? Clenching occurs during the day. A lot depends on the the history and diagnosis that you have received for your tmj/tmd. An oral mouthpiece may be indicated, but there are many types and often are constructed based upon diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I tired meth only for 2 days, but now I'm sleeping too much, depressed, feeling weird, lazy. Is that the come down? And how to get rid of it?
Yes, coming down: This is a painful part of using meth. You may feel energized and powerful while using, but the aftermath is what you're experiencing -- due to effects on brain chemicals. Your body can eventually rebalance itself, but you need to decide what you want for it in the future (using meth again or not). Meth is extremely addictive & dangerous. Get support from http://www. Crystalmeth. Org/. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It depends: It depends on may things: 1) what do you mean by too much? 2) how does sleeping interfere with your life? 3) what is causing the increased sleep [eg, depression, anxiety, medical problem, medication side effect, drug or alcohol problem, social stresses....]. It sounds like it would be good to get a medical evaluation. Your doctor can suggest next steps. Hope this answer helped. ...Read more
Is it restorative?:
If you wake up and it is next year.
If on awakening you continue to not feel rested - that is one critical feature. Sleeping more than10 hours a night might be considered excessive. The emphasis usually is on restfulness and the quality of your daytime - not sleeping - life. Many illnesses and medications can encourage excessive tiredness and subsequently longer sleep intervals, . ...Read more
Too much?: If you're actually sleeping too much, I am curious about what you mean. What is too much? Too much for what? "hypersomnia" can indicate the presence of a disease or disorder. It's a good idea to discuss this with your main doctor--your go-to primary care physician. People do have differing needs for sleep. Your doctor can help you figure this out. ...Read more
Probably not: Sleeping too much can be a sign of several problems. One common problem is obstructive sleep apnea (osa), which is when breathing slows down or stops too many times during the night. Sleep quality is disturbed, and as a result, the person with osa may sleep a large number of hours at night and nap in the daytime, but still be sleep deprived. Depression is another cause of sleeping too much. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a problem of sleeping too much I m healthy person I m 34 years old plz tell me suggession I don't want to sleep too much?
Mental or physical?: Hi anwarj806 Both mental and physical factors contribute to hypersomnia. Depression is one possibility...people seek sleep to escape from their depression. Overwork is another. And abnormalities in hormonal control (eg low thyroid), or cortisol (immune defficiencies) or even rarely changes in the part of the brain (hypothalamus) most interested in sleep. Consult your practitioner. ...Read more
Sleeping too much:
Sleeping too much can cause you more sleepy
average amount of sleep is 8 hours for an adult. Of course the quality of the sleep also counts. If you have problem sleeping too long and still feels tired, check with your doctor for possible obstructive sleep apnea, a common sleeping disorder. ...Read more
Most likely not. ..: Average sleep duration for adults is 7-8hrs but some get by on 6hrs while others require 9 or more. Check out http://www. Webmd. Com/sleep-disorders/features/adult-sleep-needs-and-habits. As long as you can function the next day w/o needing a nap, then you're most likely getting enough. And this assumes that you don't necessarily sleep in any longer during wknds, holidays & vacations to catch up! ...Read more