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Re: sleep and anxiety garnet71

Posted by jms600 on April 25, 2009, at 12:13:05

In reply to sleep and anxiety, posted by garnet71 on April 24, 2009, at 22:28:31

Anxiety can certainly cause insomnia and - with me in particular - poor/little sleep can certainly increase anxiety the following day. If I have a poor night's sleep I'm utterly useless the next day. My anxiety goes through the roof, I feel physically unwell, I have no energy (I guess that one's an obvious one). The only thing that helps is a good night's sleep the following night - no amount of napping during the day seems to help.

This is probably a silly question but have you considered sleeping medications or sedating antidepressants?

From what you have said you sound an ideal candidate for Agomelatine.




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