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I want to sleep but I can't, what's wrong?

Time:2023-03-26 00:58:28 author:Prevent anxiety Read:863次
I want to sleep but I can't, what's wrong?

You can't sleep even when you are tired, are you sick? I'm Dr. Hua Wei, a psychiatrist, and a national psychotherapist. Last week, a 22-year-old young patient approached me and told me that after lying down, I tossed and turned, and I couldn't fall asleep. I can't control the cranky thoughts in my mind. The more I think about it, the more I think about it, the more anxious I become. I will lie down early tomorrow morning, but I always have to toss until the middle of the night or sleep lightly and dream at all without feeling sleepy or even sleepless all night. When it's bad, I even want to rely on sleeping pills to fall asleep. No energy during the day, dizziness, palpitations, tinnitus. Went to the hospital to check but nothing happened. I told him that sleeping pills treat the symptoms but not the root causes. This is insomnia, a clinical symptom caused by long-term mental and emotional insomnia. Today I use Chinese medicine to tell you about insomnia. This is what we common people say every day and can't sleep. Insomnia, called insomnia in ancient Chinese medicine, refers to a disease characterized by the frequent inability to get normal sleep. Light people have difficulty falling asleep. Some sleep and wake up easily, some can't sleep again after waking up, and sometimes wake up when sleeping, although sleep but have many dreams, etc.; in severe cases, can't fall asleep all night. Insomnia can also appear alone or at the same time as headache, dizziness, palpitations, forgetfulness, etc. Insomnia is often due to the loss of liver qi and the dysfunction of evacuation. The liver stores blood, the liver qi rises and develops too much, the blood goes against the qi, and goes up, so that when you lie down, you feel your brain is hot, and your thoughts are crazy, you can't calm down for a moment, so it is difficult to fall asleep. I am Liu Huawei, a psychiatrist. If you have any questions, you can leave a message in the comment area or privately message me, and I will help you answer them.


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