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Insomnia ?

Well for the past few weeks I have been having trouble falling asleep..I don't go to sleep til like 2 or 3 in the morning or at times 4 am..I usually wake up at 10 for school..I have depression and anxiety..one day I went to bed at 2 am and woke up at 10 am and was really cranky so I went back to sleep by 10:30 am and didn't wake up til 7 pm..well I woke up every two hours btwn then but I always end up feeling drained and my memory and concentration is really getting bad now...I'm starting to see blur as I drive so I have to squint my eyes..do I have insomnia ? Please answer asap and how do I treat it ?
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6930652 tn?1386186065
Well about the blurry vision I think you might need glasses? it wont hurt to check up on that.
As for the rest of it the concentration and memory I personally think it's due to your lack of proper sleep and I'm not a professional so I would suggest you go see one and check out what the core problem is. I hope you feel better soon
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612551 tn?1450022175
No way for me (anyone?) to say, but I think the first thing to analyze is your life style, particularly if there were any changes before the sleep problem surfaced.

I don't care to exahust my poor memory on good practices to get the body/mind clock adjuster to awake during "work time" and sleep during sleep time, which should be about 8 hours worth for most of us.  Look up "adjusting sleep clock" comes to mind as a possible search string that might help find the recommendations.  You can try the search here on medhelp first, but I'd also go to the Web for other sources.

You may find my thinking on the search here.
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