I have been suffering with severe morning anxiety for 5 years. It's like there is an
internal clock which wakes me up the same time every day. I immediately start
shaking as well as crying. Anyone else experience this daily problem?
I haven't got much to say I don't think, but I wanted to help someone. Yes, I get morning anxiety. The best thing to do is to wake up and watch T.V. or listen to the Radio. The night is a long time to stay in your own head/mind. What are your dreams like? I like a lay in myself and tend to fight the anxiety for as long as I can. I find taking my morning medication helps, if that doesn't work, then there is no option but to get up. The nights can be so hard especially if you have a troubled mind. I suffer with G.A.D. too, so on and off all day I struggle with anxiety, which means to my logic that your mind processes what you've gone through during the day at night time, so natural to wake up in a state of anxiety. I suggest to fight it with different measures - as sensible as you can! - No extra pills are going to help, trust me! Anxiety is a habit forming illness in my view, break it down, shock it via for example - sudden change in routine. Smash it down. Don't let it get you. Easier said than done! I believe I probably haven't helped you. Anyway my main point is, take control with little changes, it's help with myself for when I have made small changes it has changed the intensity of the anxiety if nothing else, and that's something!! Beanie0 :-) x
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