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... hours to fall asleep at night, no matter how tired I am. I find that it's because my mind is racing about stuff that has happened during the day, things I might be anxious about, and stuff that is just bugging me. ... (12 replies)
Racing heart
Jul 16, 2009
... hat suffers from severe anxiety and panic. I can only give you my opinion. It sounds like anxiety to me. When you start worrying that something might happen that is called Fearing the Fear. It is a classic symptom of anticipatory anxiety. ... (3 replies)
... because my mind is racing and i cant fully relax, the sound of my boyfriends breathing drives me insane and it gets to the point where I am litterally in tears because i NEED to sleep. ... (2 replies)

Racing mind
Oct 18, 2006
... o many dreams as well. I have recentl been put on citalopram for anxiety and slight depression but this makes things even worse, i cant sleep at all, its like my mind has been boosted even more, it was worse when i recently tried prozac. ... (6 replies)
... hrs is like the maximum amount of sleep I EVER get per night... Its NEVER more than that.... ... (4 replies)
... I am a 25 year old female. I rarely get a good sleep, my mind is always racing. ... (3 replies)
... neighborhood noise. Mind you, I only used it for about 5 days. I did find it caused vivid dreams, which weren't nightmares, but still vivid. ... (3 replies)
Insomniac in need
Oct 31, 2004
... 1. don't exercise before bed. do it about 3-4 hours before at least. the increased heart rate will make it difficult to relax at bedtime. 2. try reading before bed. 3. never engage in stimulating discussions before bedtime (or anything that is too thought provoking so that your mind is racing with thoughts at bedtime). 4. i guess you could try the warm milk thing. 5. try... (7 replies)
... neck problems. MRI's reveal little, and my PCP is stumped. I will be seeing a specialist in 3 weeks. ... (2 replies)
... then my heart pumps up , i become restless , i keep on thinking about having symptoms of depression ,heart disease and many other diseases, basically the problem is overthinking , i cant get thoughts out of mind , i try my luck hard to stop thinking and thinking about these diseases , but cant help myself . ... (0 replies)
... mal. My problem maybe depression but I am not a depressive person so I don't really get that one. I also feel exhausted all the time with brain fog. I know their is something physically wrong but it seems they cannot find it. ... (7 replies)
... First thing that jumps to the forefront of my mind is Depression. ... (4 replies)
... these including heavy problem snoring, coughing and gaspping for air which are the most common, then are the after affects ,those being fatigue, headaches,fuzzy mind blog ,all do to lack of sleep.Now I'm not sure that sleep apnea can happen 5 to 10 mins upon falling asleep. ... (47 replies)
... Well, I for one, know it is not in your mind!!! But this is a tough one....have you given any thought about how you could go about seeing a specialist? ... (47 replies)
... I don't think I was on BP meds when it started, though I remember it was the week I discovered my blood pressure was up which sent me into panic mode. My doctor is very slow to refer me to a specialist for anything. He just keeps telling me it's all in my mind. I suppect it's a hormonal thing myself. ... (47 replies)
... This is called a NOCTURNAL PANIC ATTACK. ... (0 replies)
... n things going on in your life that are upsetting you. You may not realize it, but it's possible your subconscious is dwelling on these things, and because your mind keeps working all the time, even while you're asleep, then it's not unusual for your body to react to the thoughts going on in your head at the time. ... (47 replies)
Jul 8, 2007
... It's sleep paralysis. During REM sleep, your brain is dreaming, but your body is paralyzed. ... (9 replies)
... r my allergies. You are supposed to take it at bedtime because they make you really drowsy. Well I thought I didn't need them anymore so I quit taking them. That is when the insomnia started and went on for about a month. Finally I got some Lunesta from my doctor. ... (38 replies)
... i wake up every couple hrs. I know my body is tired so why won't it just stay asleep... it is crazy.ugg. I'm seeing a sleep specialist in 2 weeks. I'll let u know how it goes... then on to a cognative behavioral therapist most likely. ... (38 replies)

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