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Re: Insomnia-euphoria

Posted by Jadde on February 10, 2020, at 22:02:53

In reply to Re: Insomnia-euphoria, posted by alexandra_k on February 10, 2020, at 2:00:32

> Yes, sleep has a significant effect on mood.

I guess I knew that but I had no idea it could cause euphoria the following day.

> People who are depressed / depressive tend to sleep more than 8 hours per day. Or spend significantly more time dozing.

Ive been sleeping 11 hours a night.

> People having a manic episode typically don't sleep (until they crash). Milder mania usually associated with less than 7 hours sleep per day.

I finally got 6 hours of sleep last night. I took 5mg melatonin and 5mg of olanzapine and, and then another 5. That did the trick.
> Couple days without sleep and people start experiencing hallunications, maybe delusions.

Sometime after I fell asleep, I woke to a very realistic hallucination. It was a family member standing over me. It lasted about 3 seconds and scared the daylights out of me. Thats when I added the second olanzapine. I pay attention when psychosis/ mania/ delusions are a possibility.
> I find personally that the amount of sleep I get / amount of dozing that I do has a significant effect on my physiology and often associated mood.

Yes, I sure know that now!





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