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Some Sleep Remedies That Help When Counting Sheep Just Doesn't Cut It

Millions of people all over the world suffer from sleep problems. Some people have insomnia, and with others it may just be an occasional night. There are many options for sleep aids no matter what category you fall into. Prescription sleep aids are available, but if you are not comfortable with these, here are a few other tricks you may want to try.

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Insomnia at 4am

If you have ever needed something to read at 4 in the morning here it is. I only woke up a few minutes ago with my normal recurring insomnia. It's a kind of half life. You're not sure if you are awake or asleep. You're not sure if it is day or night. You're not sure if you are alive or dead. All you know is you don't sleep.

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What is Panic Attack

Panic attack is a period of intensive fear that is often abrupt and is often a sign of mental and emotional distress. In some individuals they appear without apparent cause and most often the distressed individual reports loosing control of oneself. Often they are provoked or triggered by a sense of trying to escape from someone or from the place where the attack started.

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Are Panic Attacks Abnormal

Panic attacks are normal in the sense that it is the body and the minds reaction to a certain stimulus. A certain portion of the brain controls the anxiety switch and becomes activated when there is a potential threat or danger. This reaction is normal as it prepares the body for either a flight or fight syndrome. It also triggers other defenses into action and prepare for an assault.

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Rape, and Sexual Abuse

The estimated risk for rape survivors developing post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is 49%. The risk for those beaten or experiencing physical assault is 31.9%, whilst the risk for others who experienced sexual assault is 23.7%. Given these figures, it is no wonder women are more likely to develop PTSD than men, as they are statistically significantly more likely to experience sexual assault.

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How Stress Can Play A Large Role In Menopause Fatigue

One of the most difficult challenges of menopause is dealing with the ups and downs. Most women suffering from menopause want to maintain a balance. Some woman with menopause deal with the annoyance of menopause fatigue due to past life styles that have worn their bodies down. At this point their bodies are screaming out to be rejuvenated and they want a good rest.

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How often do Panic Attacks Occur

Panic attacks is a recognized serious health problem in the United States regardless of its usual non-life threatening episodes. Typically an attack strikes during the young adulthood years; roughly half of all individuals who have a diagnosis of panic disorder develop the condition before age of 24.

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A Look At Some Common Causes Of Adult Sleep Disorders And Tips That May Help

Sleep is very important for maintaining our health and quality of life. Even though sleep is very important, about forty million people suffer from sleep disorders, and many of these go undiagnosed. Without the proper amount of sleep our bodies don't function as well as they should. Fatigue can cause us to be irritable, have trouble concentrating, have trouble remembering things, and slower recovery times from injury and illness.

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7 Great Tips On Panic Attacks

A panic attack is a human experience which can be at times most uncomfortable. It could strike an unaware person anytime. It is often characterized by hard and fast palpitations of the heart, shortening of breath, tightening of the chest, dizziness, choking sensations, sweating, fainting, shaking, trembling, and itching of the feet and hands.

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What are the Symptoms of Panic Attacks

As a sudden attack of intensive fear, panic attack is often abrupt an often appear without apparent cause. Typically an attack last ten minutes and in severe cases are characterized by a period of waning and waxing every few minutes that ends after physical exhaustion and sleep. Often, the individual experiences heavy and profuse sweating and manifests shortness of breath.

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