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How long does decreased sleep associated with teething last?

How long does decreased sleep associated with teething last?

When tooth erupts: As teeth erupt babies can be fussy, sleepless and irritable, lose their appetite or drool more than usual. Try rubbing their gums with a clean finger, a small cool spoon or a moist guaze pad. A clean teething ring or pacifier will help. ...Read more

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Dr. William Walsh
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Infection In The Blood (Definition)

Sepsis is a condition in which a person has a blood infection, usually caused by bacteria. The bacteria get into the bloodstream and are spread all over the body. The infection plus the immune system's response to it causes the symptoms of sepsis, which include fever, rapid heart rate, rapid breathing, high white ...Read more


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I've been overspending, full of energy, having ideas above my station, and decreased sleep. Can a manic episode last for a few months?

I've been overspending, full of energy, having ideas above my station, and decreased sleep. Can a manic episode last for a few months?

Yes: Yes it can, you should seek help. Manic episodes and bipolar disorder in general fall under the " kindling theory" principle of neurophysiology which means they get ores the more you have them and the longer the duration without treatment. Less episodes and shorter episodes mean better long term prognosis and outcome. ...Read more

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I have been overspending, feeling full of energy, getting ideas above my station, have decreased sleep. Can a manic episode last for a few months?

I have been overspending, feeling full of energy, getting ideas above my station, have decreased sleep. Can a manic episode last for a few months?

Definitely: Although what you describe sounds more like a hypomanic episode. (the distinction is that hypomania has the same symptoms but is not associated with the kind of severe impairment that might require hospitalization). ...Read more

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Can hypomania or mania occur without decreased sleep?

Can hypomania or mania occur without decreased sleep?

Yes: While decreased sleep is a very typical symptom of (hypo) mania no single symptom is absolutely required of the state. ...Read more

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Can hypomania/mania occur without the decreased sleep?

Can hypomania/mania occur without the  decreased sleep?

Yes, but: Decreased sleep is one of the most typical symptoms of mania and hypomania. Still, every person is unique and what's typical for most may not be true for the individual. Clinical judgement is always required, and knowledge of the entire context. ...Read more

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I have got insomnia for the past 4 months i decreased sleep i only get about 4 hours and i get to REM sleep directly. I also got stiff neck.Muslespams?

I have got insomnia for the past 4 months i decreased sleep i only get about 4 hours and i get to REM sleep directly. I also got stiff neck.Muslespams?

Complex: Perhaps your neck pain is causing sleep disruption, but the abrupt dream phases raises questions of a sleep disorder in addition, and the insomnia can be eventually rather debilitating. You may well be a candidate for an overnight sleep study. ...Read more

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I started having decreased sleep and feeling euphoric, is this a problem?

I started having decreased sleep and feeling euphoric, is this a problem?

Possibly. If you: Have euphoric mood, marked ^ in energy level, feel refreshed after little sleep, rapid thoughts, ^ productivity, ^ impulsivity, rapid speech - these could be symptoms of hypomania or mania. If this description fits you, please seek prompt medical attention. A psychiatrist would be a good place to start. If you find that your life has spun out of control then please get care at an emergency room. ...Read more

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Can hypomania/grumpiness occur with decreased sleep?

Can hypomania/grumpiness occur with decreased sleep?

Yes it can.: Yes, sleep deprivation can cause both irritability and mild euphoria. Studies show decreased sleep increases the amount of Dopamine in the brain, promoting an amphetamine like response. This wakefulness comes with a decrease in the brain's processing ability. Sleep loss is also associated with increased appetite, risk of stroke, and heart disease. ...Read more

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Decreased Sleep (Definition)

Sleep disorders involve any difficulties related to sleeping, including difficulty falling or staying asleep, falling asleep at inappropriate times, excessive total sleep time, or abnormal ...Read more


Dr. William Walsh
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Sepsis (Definition)

Sepsis occurs as a result of body's abnormal response to severe infection. Manifestation of sepsis include fever, rapid heart rate and rapid breathing. Blood work will reveal elevation of ...Read more