Hello and welcome to Healthcare Magic. Thanks for your query.
From the description of your symptoms, you are likely to be suffering from an anxiety disorder, probably a generalized anxiety disorder
. It is likely that the insomnia is just a consequence of your anxiety.
Depas (Etizolam) and Eurodin (Estazolam
) are sedative medication and can belp with your insomnia, but they carry a risk of habituation. Since you say that you don't have any anxiety currently and since your sleep problem is only present on some days, it would be better to try without medication. You can follow strict 'sleep hygiene' techniques, so that your sleep rythms come back to normal naturally. I would also suggest that you try relaxation techniques
such as deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation
, yoga, etc. which can help you with both the anxiety and insomnia problem.
Wish you all the best.
Dr. Jonas Sundarakumar