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Old 07-29-2012, 08:02 PM   #1
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Sleep disorder, need advice.

I'm a teen. Two days ago I missed sleep for like 2 days before finally passing out after taking melatonin. What's wrong with me? am I sleep deprived? Yesterday and today I didn't really have an appetite, I've been having a slight headache, was tired all day yesterday, as well as today (although not a tired), I've also been paranoid and not as sharp as I use to be.

I forgot to mention that this has happened about 3 months ago where I was up for 2 days, and after seeing a doctor that gave me light sleeping medication. It has been fairly normal, I slept an average of 9-10 hours a day since then. But all of a sudden, two days ago , I just could not sleep again.

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Old 09-10-2012, 02:47 AM   #2
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Old 09-10-2012, 02:44 PM   #3
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Re: Sleep disorder, need advice.

I would say that you are experiencing sleep problems due to being teen-aged and developing. Just as people have problems sleeping because of hormones as adults (stress hormones like cortisol, gender hormones like testosterone level changes, estrogen level changes - and males produce estrogen too just not in the quantities of females and conversely females produce testosterone) all can effect sleep. Hormones are very often the cause of periodic sleep problems.

I wouldn't be too worried about it at this point unless it becomes chronic and happens week after week several days a week. I think it's growing and developing with hormonal and brain changes that might cause this bout of insomnia every so often.

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