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Unsual sleep pattern with a sense of panic, What could be going on ?

Hello, I have been sleeping more than usual. My significant other brought this to my attention and now I m worried. I have no appetite at all for example in the last week I have only ate about one thing a day. When I do sleep I get such vivid dreams to the point that I wake in a panic state trying to catch a grip on my surroundings. My dreams have consisted of death and fear. I have recently gotten over a 2 week migraine as well. What could be going on?
Asked On : Sun, 12 Dec 2010
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Sleeping problems , vivid dreams, lack of appetite may from Hypothyroidism or Depression/anxiety. Please do the basic labs : CBC, BUN/Creatine, Liver function tests.

If the tests are normal, consider evaluation by Psychiatrist.

Regards, Dr. Jagdish
Answered: Mon, 13 Dec 2010
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