What does it mean to have anxiety insomnia?

  Anxiety is an emotional state, defined in psychology as a feeling of fear of something that has not happened. People with anxiety tend to make all kinds of unfavorable and negative guesses about what might happen in the future, which causes tension, anxiety and fear. For example, if a friend is scheduled to see a movie at 7:00 p.m. and you don’t see him by 6:50 p.m., you will definitely feel anxious, but as soon as your friend appears before 7:00 p.m., the anxiety will disappear. Likewise, students before an exam are anxious, but as soon as the exam paper is handed out and the questions are answered quickly, the anxiety fades away. These two examples show that anxiety can also occur in normal people, but as soon as the situation after the appearance of future events in reality is not as unfavorable and negative as expected, the anxiety disappears.  Patients with anxiety are different. They are constantly worried, distressed, and irritable about what will happen in the future, and if something happens that is not as bad as they thought, their anxiety will immediately turn to something else that did not happen, so they are on edge, trembling, and nervous all day long. Due to the excessive anxiety, it is also accompanied by dysfunction of plant nerves, especially sympathetic hyperfunction, with symptoms such as sweaty hands and feet, palpitations, fast heartbeat, shortness of breath, muscle contraction, trembling, etc. In addition, there are also behavioral manifestations of anxiety, such as rubbing hands and feet, sighing, pulling hair with hands, hitting head against the wall in severe cases, rolling on the floor, etc. are common external symptoms.  Anxiety patients all have sleep disorders, and anxiety insomnia is most prominent in the difficulty of falling asleep. “, worried about not being able to sleep, the result is really can not sleep. Such a vicious circle results in anxiety insomnia, making the patient distressed, eager to solve the way.

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