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rapitup wrote: i mean i get it quite often but it just feels like im trapped inside my body for a few seconds then i shake it off and go back to sleep.
That sounds like you're talking about sleep paralysis. Sleep apnea is obstructed breathing while you sleep. People tend not to notice, cause they just wake up momentarily and fall back asleep without remembering, but if it's severe enough, it will prevent you from having enough deep sleep, and you won't know why you're so ridiculously tired throughout the day.
Sounds to me like you're daily stress is affecting your restfulness.
Forget all the tests and meds and supplements and do yourself a favor and take a break from your life, which sounds like it's not going where you want it to.
Go on a long-ass vacation to wherever you can afford it. If Europe or Asia is too expensive, go to Mexico or Peru. Peru is cheap. See Machu Picchu, The Mayan ruins/pyramids. Or go hosteling in Eastern Europe and discover something that makes you forget your troubles. Meet new people and do things you never thought you'd do; eat new foods, drink to the point of just getting buzzed and then go back to your hostel and relax. Go to a spa town like Budapest or Pamukkale. Empty your worries and enjoy feeling human and it'll all be OK.
By now it's pretty clear my issue is thyroid and possibly adrenal related. I got a batch of Natural Dessiccated Thyroid and started it last week. There were some rough days, but I'm now feeling way better than I was before. Not 100% but getting there. This morning I actually jumped out of bed ready to go like I used to be able to. Still lots of tests to run and things to figure out, though
Also found out the sleeping pills my doc put me on for the insomnia caused by the synthetic thyroid meds was flumitrazepam... better known as fucking Rohypnol. Soon as I learned that I started tapering off. Now down to .5 mg from 1 mg. I noticed I've also felt markedly better since i went down to .5 mg. Getting to sleep isn't as easy as it was when I was drugging myself, but no actual insomnia so far. Fingers crossed
Thanks for the support guys, it really helps
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