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Tag Archives: sleep and anxiety
Tweet I want to talk about sleeping pills today because sleep deprivation is what I’ve been dealing with lately. First things first though- my Dad’s appointment went well. There is no cancer in his bladder and we are all very happy … Continue reading
Tweet A friend who is going through a hard time asked me how to best deal with panic attacks following traumatic events, and when having night terrors. The following is a discussion, Q and A, and advice for dealing with night … Continue reading
Tweet Today we will look at insomnia and anxiety. Often with anxiety, a good night’s sleep can be hard to come by and is very distressing. I received this email from a reader who, while feeling better from anxiety, can’t … Continue reading
Tweet Looking for something all natural to help with sleep anxiety? I was reading about sleep anxiety yesterday and came across a helpful article that was very comforting to me and that I couldn’t wait to share with you.
Tweet People ask me if all natural sleep aids are helpful and safe for anxiety sufferers. I have used all natural sleep aids to help with occasional bouts of insomnia or restless sleep- and with good results. Over the years … Continue reading
Tweet I often have sleep anxiety on nights before I have to work, tossing and turning complete with all the racing thoughts. Sleep anxiety used to really plague me at my last hospital job a few years back. I remember … Continue reading
Tweet Sleep disorders affect an astonishing number of people in America (I read upwards of 40 million people). People who suffer from anxiety disorders and or panic attacks commonly site problems with anxiety and sleep, both falling asleep, staying asleep, … Continue reading
Tweet My history of anxiety and sleep goes back into my early childhood. I have described how I started having depersonalization and panic attack symptoms around age 7. I remember feeling scared and anxious watching TV at night, knowing that … Continue reading