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Frequent day and night urination & dry mouth. Stop drinking at night?

Frequent day and night urination & dry mouth. Stop drinking at night?

Stop caffiene: Avoid fluids 3 hours before bed. Get off water pills if doc says ok. Cut back on acidic beverages an citrus fruits. ...Read more

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How to stop continuous dreaming at night?

How to stop continuous dreaming at night?

Dreaming is natural: and necessary and is most frequent at light level sleep called 1 REM. To get deeper sleep make sure your are in a very DARK room, stop use of computer, iPad, etc. at least one hour prior to bed, See your doc to rule out medical conditions and ask about supplementing w/melatonin. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Frequent night urination, why me?

Frequent night urination, why me?

See below: The number of times is subjective. If you drink a lot of water by habit you have to go more often. Caffeine from tea or coffee can act like a diuretic . Abnormal conditions include infection, or high blood sugar. If none of the above see a urologist, you may need a cystoscopy ie a look inside the bladder. ...Read more

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Recurring night terror woken each time by uncontrollable sobbing. How to stop it?

Recurring night terror woken each time by uncontrollable sobbing.  How to stop it?

For kid or adult?: I can answer as a pediatrician for the child. Most night terrors occur the same time each night or within the same time period (about 90mins) from falling asleep. The key is to find out when they are occurring and wake the child before about 20mins the terror. Take them to the potty or wash hands just make sure they wake up fully, then put them back to sleep. Do this several nights to break cycle. ...Read more

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Early morning waking happens nightly and then im sleepy all day, why?

Early morning waking happens nightly and then im sleepy all day, why?

Anything: You can have sleep problems from snoring, apnea, restless legs, poor sleep hygeine, anxiety/depression, napping during the day, night seizures, noises in the neighborhood waking you up, bed bugs, waking up to use the bathroom, acid reflux, allergies, or any number of things. I recommend seeing a doctor to get checked out. ...Read more

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I'm taking exercise at night and it keeps me awake?

I'm taking exercise at night and it keeps me awake?

Not at night: You are waking yourself up. You should be winding down in the evening, allowing the natural process of going to sleep to unfold. It is how we are wired. Try exercising sometime before the sun goes down. ...Read more

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Tired during the day, awake at night? Should I try chronotherapy?

Tired during the day, awake at night? Should I try chronotherapy?

Sleep: Being awake at night could be insomnia, or as your question suggests it could be related to a shift in your diurnal sleep rhythm, this could be related to things you do, or could in fact be a medical issue as well. Chronotherapy is used for very specific indications with regard to moving ones "clock" to the right time. You need to see your physician to determine why this is happening. ...Read more

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Do taking naps during the day affect your sleep at night?

Do taking naps during the day affect your sleep at night?

It can: Any nap in excess of about 45 min is likely to mess up your sleep cycle. A brief "power" nap of about 30 min is less likely to, but individuals vary. ...Read more

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Best time of day to take amlodipine night time or morning ..Currentley taking it in morning but feeling awefull tired.

Best time of day to take amlodipine night time or morning ..Currentley taking it in morning but feeling awefull tired.

Amlodipine: This drug is usually taken in the am but it can be taken at night. If you wish to try it at night to see if it changes your tired feeling, that should not hurt anything. ...Read more

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Urge to urinate all day and burning sensation when peeing. Also, late at night light blood when wiping. What's wrong?

Urge to urinate all day and burning sensation when peeing. Also, late at night light blood when wiping. What's wrong?

This sounds very: much like a possible urinary tract infection. Please seek medical evaluation. Take care. ...Read more

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I'm 49..male...don't have sensation to urinate... weak or no flow.. wet bed every night while asleep.. Tim?

I'm 49..male...don't have sensation to urinate... weak or no flow.. wet bed every night while asleep.. Tim?

GU symptoms: Have you been evaluated by a urologist? If not, that would be prudent. Take care. ...Read more

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Lately, I frequently go to toilet to urine at late night. Sometimes, 2 to 4 times every night. Whats wrong with me?

Lately, I frequently go to toilet to urine at late night. Sometimes, 2 to 4 times every night.
Whats wrong with me?

Prostatitis: hyperplasia, infection, or fluid retention with congestive failure come to mind. But you need to make sure that you don't have prostate cancer. Get to a urologist to make sure. ...Read more

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Night sweats and frequent urination, pregnant?

Night sweats and frequent urination, pregnant?

HPT: Do a home pregnancy test to find out - the symptoms are very non-specific and don't tell you much. ...Read more

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Started pristiq (desvenlafaxine) 50mg in morning, so tired during day & awake all night. Loss of appetite. Can I take it at night? Will this help my side effects?

Started pristiq (desvenlafaxine) 50mg in morning, so tired during day & awake all night. Loss of appetite. Can I take it at night? Will this help my side effects?

Yes: if the medication is keeping you awake at night and tired all day switch from taking it in the morning to at bedtime and see if that makes a difference ...Read more

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I have frequent urination at night. Drink too much?

I have frequent urination at night. Drink too much?

Possible, but also..: Other causes include large prostate if you are a male above 50 and leg swelling. The water redistributes when you lie flat at night and exits through urination. Other causes include diuretics e.g. Water pills, caffeine, or beer at night. ...Read more

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