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Sleep paralysis
Iam getting sleep paralysis very often  and my head hurts all day  .iam on  anxit 0.25 but it isn't helping me my head hurts even more when I eat and I feel like puking.  I dont feel like doing anything I cant sleep, I cant eat. I dont understand  what's  happening   to me Please suggest me something .
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Do EEG..Polysomnography..if reports are normal..just add Tab Zolfresh 10 mg before sleep...u can consult me online....
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Sleep paralysis can be normal if not associated with other symptoms and abnormal in some conditions like narcolepsy, REM behavioral disorder and other conditions.it needs detailed history for diagnosis.
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contact with me for detailed history and treatment.
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Sleep paralysis cause disruption of sleep resulting in day time sleepiness which can cause distress... Anxit isn't d appropriate medication for it.. U can. Consult online for treatment.. Tc
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consult a psychiatrist
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Hello, You are indeed distressed. You may be having depressive and anxiety symptoms.
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you are advised to consult a psychiatrist as soon as possible.
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