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I feel like crying all the time and I am very irritable

feel like crying all the time and im very irratable Im not sleeping and when i do im awake at 4 every morning, i feel like crying all the time and im very irratable
Asked On : Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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Dentist 's  Response
all the symtoms that you told are in the direction of depression and sleeping disorder
what i would suggest is that you is that you pay a visit to your nearby psychiatrist who will advise you suitably
in the mean while you can do the following
1.avoid tea ,coffee or any other mood elating caffeine or nicotine products
2.drink a lot of fruit juices
3.try having some sweet after dinner to your near ones if you are having some emotional or financial problems
5.walk for atleast half an hour per day
6.indulge in some entertaining physical work as playing badminton or any other sporte that you like
i know all this would not have an immediate effect but if you start you will see the difference in 2-4 days time and gradually you will recover
best of luck
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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Psychiatrist Dr. B Raghavendra's  Response
Hi Jemma,

Inability to sleep, feeling sad all the time, getting irritable are some of the symptoms of depression/low mood which may be on the causes of sleep disturbances. Please consult your primary care physician wherever you live, he will be the best person to signpost you to the relevant expert, per need, be it a psychiatrist or a sleep specialist etc.

In USA the primary care physician is usually the family physician and in UK it will be the GP.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Sat, 19 Feb 2011
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  Anonymous's Response

I recommend you consult your doctor. Until then, please follow these advices:
1. Don't have caffeine drinks in the evening
2. Don't go to bed unless you feel sleepy
3. When on bed, if you didn't sleep in 15 minutes then get out of the bedroom and don't return unless you are sleepy
4. Avoid any behaviour in the bed or bedroom other than sleep or sexual activity
5. Establish a fixed wake time and eliminate the time u spend in bed without sleeping
6. Don't take your problems to bed
7. Avoid naps
8. Avoid clock watching in bed as this will lead to frustration and anger that will interfere with sleep
Answered: Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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