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Why Do I Wake Up Tired
Many things.: Poor sleep - due to interruptions. Inadequate sleep - often true at age 19. Medications (stimulants) or alcohol - again age 19. Possible that you have a primary sleep disorder or obstructive sleep apnea. Depression / anxiety. If your tiredness wears off during the day you do not likely have a more global cause. ...Read more
Stress: Perhaps you are troubled by something you are sleeping on, also the way we wake is often conditioned from our early experiences. Confide in a friend who can help you discover what may be troubling you, if this does not help consult a mental health professional in your area who can help you uncover what is troubling you. Best. ...Read more
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Stress: Preocupying problems interfere with sleep & create nightmares. Good sleep habits like eliminating light & sound to induce sleep is important. Talking to your family & friends or a professional, about your problems helps you to understand them as well as solve them better so they wont disturb your sleep. ...Read more
???: Wake up right before you fall asleep? People generally are awake before they fall asleep :-). If you mean that you wake up right after falling asleep, with a feeling like falling, this is a common occurrence and generally not a big concern. Just realize that you were startled and relax. If it occurs chronically, possibly see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal: Waking up with dry eyes is common in healthy people.If you have problems with dry eyes during the day or feel like you have sand in your eyes, could have dry eye syndrome. Small percentage of people with dry eye syndrome may have sjögren's syndrome particularly if your mouth always seems dry. See your eye doctor and get an eye exam. Also discuss with your primary care doc if having other symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
OSA: If you wake up gasping for air, you probably have obstructive sleep apnea. As you fall asleep and relax completely the tissue in your airway collapses and blocks the airway. You might try sleeping on your side or stomach until you can see a sleep physician and be tested. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reflex: Coughing increases your intra abdominal pressure, decreases the pressure in the chest when you breath in. Sometimes this induces reflux acid to come up into the esophagus. You may induce a gag reflex like this or from thick mucus. That types of spasms can be a part of a particular illness called pertussis that you could get checked for. ...Read more
Night sweats: Because you are developing fevers late in the evening and sweating is one of the body's ways of lowering the body temperature. You need to see a doctor and find out why this is occurring. Tuberculosis is the classic cause of night sweats, but there are numerous other possibilities. Make a list of all your symptoms and their associations and take it with you to an infectious diseases expert. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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