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Post by Jreboll on Fri Apr 19, 2019 7:36 am

Mrs. Rupert wrote:'Nervous energy' is a  very real condition and is called GAD-  General Anxiety Disorder.
It should be treated by a physician, and Lexapro is often prescribed.  If left untreated, it can be terrifying and debilitating.
Watch out for mood altering drugs. They affect in ways that you can’t imagine and have addictive properties.

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Post by espíritu del lago on Fri Apr 19, 2019 7:38 am

And that is an understatement


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Post by espíritu del lago on Fri Apr 19, 2019 7:46 am

'When we’re awake, Walker says that essentially, we’re causing low-level brain damage. By this he is referring to the build-up of the sticky, toxic junk in our brain, known as beta-amyloid. This accumulation of beta amyloid has been found to correspond with the onset of Alzheimer’s, among many other negative health effects correlated with a lack of sleep.

And sleep is beneficial as more than just a reparatory function, it also replenishes spent resources, and regulates hormone levels that dictate our appetite, cognitive function, and motor skills.

The two hormones that dictate whether we are hungry or full, leptin and ghrelin, have been observed to flare in the opposite direction when we are deprived of sleep. This inevitably leads to an increase in hunger, but even worse, it leads our bodies to crave unhealthy and fattening foods; those with heavy carbs, and less greens. In fact, people who run on four to five hours of sleep per night, tend to eat 200 to 300 more calories per day.

For men, sleep is an important regulator of hormones, most notably testosterone. Sleep deprived males can have the same virility and strength of a man 10 years their senior. For women, a lack of sleep can lead to a significantly increased risk of breast cancer and drops in immune hormones.

According to Walker, just introducing a single night of four-hours sleep among a normal eight-hour sleep schedule, can bring about a 70 percent drop in natural cancer killing cells; the immune assassins that target malignant carcinogens.'
https://marketing.gaia.com/article/why-do-we-sleep-for-more-reasons-than-you-may-think
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Post by Mrs. Rupert on Fri Apr 19, 2019 8:20 am

I was referring to GAD, a condition that makes you unable to function normally, causing pain and nervous reactions in your body, panic attacks, and constant worrying. Much different from just having an over-run of energy. This is a condition that needs medical intervention.

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Post by Plan B on Fri Apr 19, 2019 1:59 pm

espíritu del lago wrote:'When we’re awake, Walker says that essentially, we’re causing low-level brain damage. By this he is referring to the build-up of the sticky, toxic junk in our brain, known as beta-amyloid. This accumulation of beta amyloid has been found to correspond with the onset of Alzheimer’s, among many other negative health effects correlated with a lack of sleep.

And sleep is beneficial as more than just a reparatory function, it also replenishes spent resources, and regulates hormone levels that dictate our appetite, cognitive function, and motor skills.

The two hormones that dictate whether we are hungry or full, leptin and ghrelin, have been observed to flare in the opposite direction when we are deprived of sleep. This inevitably leads to an increase in hunger, but even worse, it leads our bodies to crave unhealthy and fattening foods; those with heavy carbs, and less greens. In fact, people who run on four to five hours of sleep per night, tend to eat 200 to 300 more calories per day.

For men, sleep is an important regulator of hormones, most notably testosterone. Sleep deprived males can have the same virility and strength of a man 10 years their senior. For women, a lack of sleep can lead to a significantly increased risk of breast cancer and drops in immune hormones.

According to Walker, just introducing a single night of four-hours sleep among a normal eight-hour sleep schedule, can bring about a 70 percent drop in natural cancer killing cells; the immune assassins that target malignant carcinogens.'
https://marketing.gaia.com/article/why-do-we-sleep-for-more-reasons-than-you-may-think
https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/16/health/sleep-myths-facts-study/index.html
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Post by Jreboll on Fri Apr 19, 2019 2:01 pm

The problem is arriving at the diagnosis. Some doctors are quick to hit you with heavy ammunition knowing that you will then be their patient for life. I like my doctor because he is very conservative and so am I. Not all doctors are that way.

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Post by ferret on Fri Apr 19, 2019 2:25 pm

Very good links by both Espiritu and Plan B.
I will add to that...
https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2013/10/18/236211811/brains-sweep-themselves-clean-of-toxins-during-sleep

The above is what happens in DEEP sleep (sorry cannot find the official study right now). So very many people never get enough deep sleep and the stage of deep sleep tends to decrease as a person gets older with unfortunate consequences.
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Post by CBDSAM on Sun Apr 21, 2019 11:43 am

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