My age is 57 . Iam an employee . I am unable to sleep at night. More than 1-2 hours i am unable to sleep .Whole night i am unable to sleep .There will be no time for break in the afternoon.In these days office work is also heavy.I am irritated very soon these days,i am getting anger if anyone does very small mistake.I am getting irrritated to bike horn,if anybody shouts louder.I am getting severe head ache on both sides as if someone is pulling my nerves.More over if i got sleep also i wokeup within 2minutes becos i hear my snoring.My blood pressure will be 110-120/80 anytime.If anyone says sad news(like death or someone serious) i just cant digest. Recently Vaishnavi news i just off the T V when i heard the news.Even if the news is related to me or not.
PLEASE KINDLY SUGGEST ME ABOUT MY PROBLEM & TO WHOM I MAY CONSULT
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