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Steps To Cure Anxiety At Bed Time Warm Milk
Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more
Sounds too noisy: To me. What about sleep hygiene? Avoiding caffeine, making sure your bedroom is for sleeping. Are you getting enough exercise during the day? How about meditation just before bed? But perhaps the best idea is to understand what the anxiety is about. Why not schedule an appointment with a therapist who can help you figure this out? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had sleep paralysis for the first time in years and I got so scared... How can I stop this? I don't have any disorder. I just drank warm milk.
Natural brain care: Sleep deprivation can cause sleep paralysis. Some suggestions for brain health: sleep hygiene = 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep every night, the same time to bed and to rise each day. Aerobic exercise at least 3 days/week, 30 minutes per session. Smoking cessation. Adequate hydration, at least 64 ounces of water each day. Moderate caffeine intake. Stress reduction. Good luck! ...Read more
Lately I've had the worst trouble sleeping my doctor has suggested warm milk it works sometimes and melatonin..take one if it doesn't work take two.I usually end up at 3am wide awake and can't go back to bed.any solutions??
Psychotherapy: Ask yourself what environmental and interpersonal stressors you face during your waking hours, and whether or not you find yourself obsessing about them at night, which could be resulting in sleep loss. Consider going to a reputable psychotherapist for stress management therapy, and exploration of non-biochemical sources of anxiety. ...Read more
What could cause head pressure and tingly feeling and feeling warm at 4 am while in bed?Bp is 109/79 .i am in perimenopause.also have anxiety
Anxiety & Menopause: Yes, anxiety can cause feelings of pressure in your head, and tingling sensations. Your BP appears normal. But feeling warm and/or night sweats are common in menopause. Check with your gynecologist re your hormonal levels, you may be moving into menopause. If so, there are a variety of treatment options. If all OK and just anxiety, see a psychologist for CBT psychotherapy. Good luck! ...Read more
Warm left arm, headache, anxiety, confusion, have been prescribed steroids for ulcerative colitis for the second time and am on mezalazine?
I mix a tablespoon of honey in warm milk daily consuming early morning
I am planning to increase weight.
will this help me gain weight if taken daily?
Weight gain: Adding calories to the diet in any form can lead to weight gain. Adding essentially a pure sugar such as honey may not be the most well rounded way to add calories, however. Consider adding proteins and fats to your sugar intake and discuss with your doctor and nutritionist. ...Read more
No: Feeding a baby as they arise and never as part of a sleep ritual does more for good sleep habits than anything.Rocking only when fully awake and learning to recognize their drousy signals helps a lot. Letting them learn to self settle in the crib alone will promote the longest night time sleep pattern, while rocking or feeding as they go to sleep increased sleep problems 4x. ...Read more
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