Depression symptoms sleep deprivation

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198154 tn?1337787265 Anyone who has detoxed and recovered off of opiates, knows how painful sleep deprivation can be. And unfortuanately good sleep is not something that we can get simply through an act of will. We can force ourselves not to take drugs, we can force ourselves to eat healthy, to excersise, to attend therapy or 12 step meetings...but we cannot force ourselves to get a good nights rest.
Avatar n tn It needs to be seen what is causing her symptoms - sleep deprivation, depression or the side effect of medication? She would also benefit from your being around for emotional support and maybe would also benefit from counselling - your psychiatrist would probaby advise you about a counsellor. About the medication that she is currently taking, discuss these with the doctor and taper them on his advice only. Hope this helps. Good luck.
1082476 tn?1275617999 Hello Everybody! I had a meeting with my psychiatrist a few weeks ago to raise some sleep issues that I'd been having. The constant tiredness brought on by staying up until all hours of the morning had, I think, actually helped the suicidal thoughts, emptiness, tearfulness and misery that I'd been experiencing because I was too tired to focus on them.
Avatar n tn 59 Hi - I was hoping someone might have an idea on any relationship between sleep deprivation/anxiety and the symptoms of bipolar disorder. Basically my question is that if someone has exhibited the symptoms of bipolar disorder as well as paranoia(but the occurrence is the first of its kind, and comes during a period of physical illness, sleep deprivation, and increased stress) if it is indicative of a likely bipolar condition or may be a result of the circumstances.
Avatar f tn Due to long term sleep deprivation in night time or delay in sleep will lead to excessive day time sleep or sleepiness, tiredness, loss of concentration and even dizziness. This usually has happened due to change in normal sleep-wake cycle. Disturbance of sleep cycle disorder can be due to stress, anxiety, depression. Even generalized disease or conditions can cause such symptoms; hence this needs to be ruled out.
Avatar m tn Sleep Deprivation, Depression and stress are the things of which one of them can be responsible for My Memory Loss and Memory Problems. Just want to know if it caused by Neuron cell breakdown or something else for the mentioned reasons.
Avatar n tn For the last 6 weeks he has been off work following an accident which in my view was a direct result of sleep deprivation. His employer (a large well known logistics firm) schedule drivers' shifts on a weekly basis bearing no similarity to the previous week, Shifts are quite different from one week to the next. Drivers may start at 3 am one week or even 1 pm the next and consequently they are required to adjust their sleeping patterns accordingly.
10947 tn?1281404252 Insufficient sleep is associated with a number of chronic diseases and conditions, such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, obesity, and depression. Sufficient sleep is increasingly being recognized as an essential aspect of chronic disease prevention and health promotion." With the sleep tracker, you can track your sleep patterns, and identify patterns of behavior that result in better sleep or more restless sleep, from drinking warm milk to uncomfortable temperatures.
1926359 tn?1331588139 m going down by a third a week-the doc said this was ambitious but I really want to be free so there you have it. If I can get a few nights good sleep I will be prepared to deal with the sleep deprivation again....Ugh. So easy to put in your body...so hard to get out. Wish me luck with the sleep fairies tonight....
Avatar n tn 59 Hi - I was hoping someone might have an idea on any relationship between sleep deprivation/anxiety and the symptoms of bipolar disorder. Basically my question is that if someone has exhibited the symptoms of bipolar disorder as well as paranoia(but the occurrence is the first of its kind, and comes during a period of physical illness, sleep deprivation, and increased stress) if it is indicative of a likely bipolar condition or may be a result of the circumstances.
Avatar n tn 59 Hi - I was hoping someone might have an idea on any relationship between sleep deprivation/anxiety and the symptoms of bipolar disorder. Basically my question is that if someone has exhibited the symptoms of bipolar disorder as well as paranoia(but the occurrence is the first of its kind, and comes during a period of physical illness, sleep deprivation, and increased stress) if it is indicative of a likely bipolar condition or may be a result of the circumstances.
Avatar n tn Next year I hope providing I qualify to be competing in the Race Across America Cycle Challenge in June 2009. Basically a race across America within 12 days. Physically I am ready for it, but I have no idea how I'm going to react to the sleep deprivation. At most I will be sleeping 4 hours a day and cycling for 20. My questions are. Should I gradually reduce my sleeping time to 4 hours before hand or just go cold turkey for the event? How does sleep deprivation effect people?
Avatar m tn How long does it take to recover from sleep deprivation? I think I have it... I usually stay up till 5AM (it's summer, just graduated, you get the point) and wake up at 1PM. And basically I tend to forget things immediately -- like I can't remember things when people ask me, even if they happened the day before. And I'm constantly tired unless I'm laying down watching TV or working out. What would you recommend doing?
Avatar n tn What does sleep deprivation do to the mind and body?