When I first started having Insomnia,I could go two days without sleeping, before I finally started taking sleeping pills,and none of them agreed with me,ambian' made me crazy and sick,tylenol pm and simply sleep worked for a while then my anxiety was getting bad,Lunesta made my depression come through which explains why I probly had insomnia in the first place,my question is,Why Couldn't I nap I still don't really nap,now that I'm on mirtazapine I have more energy and sleep hard at night,I used to take such good naps just whenever I felt the need,just don't know what happened, can't explain it,is it hormone related?
There are many contributing factors, be it the meds, changes in your body chemistry including hormones, diet, exercise patterns and how we handle our thoughts.
Our bodies are conditioned by so many external forces in the ever increasing chaos of life today. If we are aware of how these things affect us, we can take control, simplify life, especially in what we think about and how we think about it. Lots to evaluate and consider, the answers / solutions begin there.
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