i usually go to the toilett, get back into bed, try to not move too much and generally calm down again. sometimes i can go back to sleep, sometimes i can't. if i'm still up at 3:30 i get up and do soemthing like reading or some silent clesaning untill i'm ready for bed again.
>>16724326 if you would describe yourself as "sad", chances are it's a depression.
really. it took me sooo long to figure out that i'm actually depressed and that this isn't how things normaly are. just go to therapy and maybe consider some srri's. they turned my life yround. you can't even imagine how awesome life is when you get a good nights sleep and aren't down all the time
>>16724363 >IIRC, oh well. that doesn't really cut it anon. go to an approved psychotherapyst. they know their shit. escitalopram. ok. why have you stopped using it? i had sertralin for a year and it helped A LOT
>>16724382 by psychoterapist do you mean a psychologist? or psychatrist? or something else?
escitalopram didnt seem to have any beneficial effects for me, and it would randomly make me either very sleepy or have insomnia. Like i would sometimes take it at lunch and feel super sleepy for the rest of the day or end up not being able to sleep at night but be super tired and unable to do anything.
>>16724403 definitely a psychiatrist. not a psychologist.
oooh! you need to take them very consistently at the same time and find out which time is best for you. also, try different ssri's. i had to try 4 untill i found one that worked for me. i always needed to take it as early in the morning as possible in order to be able to sleep at night. i also paired it with sleeping pills first to help me get a good nights rest. it was vital for me to be able to recover. i always did this in close dialogue with my therapist. i also got a therapy sun lamp to help me with my sleep cacles. this shit really works
>>16724461 psychologists are the ones that couldn't get a propper education. psychotherapysts are registered medical professionals that are allowed to write recipes for prescription medication. but their main tool is speech therapy. and they have a bit more in depth knowledge.
let me recall... i tried citalopram, mirtazapin and sertralin. i guess i had two different brands that used citalopram before switching and staying with sertralin.
a lamp that imitates sun-light, thus helping normalizing your melatonin levels, resluting in a much better sleep cycle
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