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Unable to sleep soundly. Rapid thoughts come, feel frightened, have hallucination. How to cure?

Sir I am male 26.sir I have sleeping problem.i can not sleep sleep is not proper.when I go to bed for sleep and close my eyes I have rapid thoughts then I can t sleep well.even n day time I have rapid thoughts.and then I thought that I am going mad.another thing I feel very frightend.some times I have halocinations in my ear.sir plz what should I do
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Dec 2014
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The symptomatology you have described are most probably due to lack of sleep. Also called as primary insomnia. As you are not able to sleep properly so due to lack of sound sleep you feel frightened. Chronic sleeplessness causes one to think about sleep again and again which further deteriorates the insomnia. Due to chronic insomnia one may develop Hallucinations, which are frightening you.
You should visit a good doctor for proper management of insomnia. Medicines like Benzodiazepines, Zolpidem, zopiclpne, ramelteon etc. are available.
Improving sleep hygiene will also help.


Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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