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Slide 1: Anxiety Can Cause Insonmnia You get up during the night to go to the bathroom, all the when you are up your mind is racing, crammed with "what if" thinking. Just within the couple of minutes that it takes for you to stroll to the bathroom you may have already had as many as ten completely different thoughts. As you climb back into bed, the thinking has filled your head so much you can not fall back to sleep again. As you lay there wondering and worrying about things that are probably not even in your control, you watch the minutes that turn into hours simply tick away. If this sounds like you, then you are suffering from insomnia that is possible triggered from anxiety. Research has discovered a really strong link between insomnia and anxiety as when an individual suffers from one it is probable that they'll suffer from both. As you are lying in bed, filled with anxiety, the anxiety will actually surmount causing your brain to become even more active, which makes it even more difficult to sleep. This condition wouldn't be defined as something that occurs occasionally but rather frequently. Generally doing something as simple as turning the TV on in your room with a low volume but so you can still hear it and putting on something that is humorous will actually help. You'll eventually fall asleep and what you are hearing on the TV will divert your anxious thoughts. Anxiety associated insomnia falls within just a few completely different classes such as Transient insomnia which is normally related to situational stress. In other words, perhaps you have got an upcoming job, a presentation, an examination, or a move. Short term insomnia lasts for six months or less that are generally associated to a death, an illness, or possibly environmental factors. Finally, there is chronic insomnia which could be contributed to a variety of factors which will require a medical or psychological evaluation to determine the precise cause. There could be many stages of insomnia which can vary from short term to long term insomnia. Insomnia can then increase anxiety which may lead to many other conditions later on. The mere frustration of sleep deprivation alone can manifest into many different serious conditions. Do you find yourself finding at least one particular event to dwell on and by nighttime that thought or thoughts have completely taken over your train of thought? When this occurs it could be that your mind is racing so quickly thinking of what you'll do, what you might have done differently, what you might say if given another chance, and so on. These things will prohibit sleep faster than anything will. Untreated anxiety can easily lead to panic disorder which is why you should be seen by a health care provider straight away and keep in mind that there are so many new and really friendly medicines obtainable today to deal with anxiety; you'll be so grateful that you went. You probably have anxiety related insomnia there is no reason to suffer with it for another day because there is help out there is sleep disorder associated with bedwetting

   
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