Does anyone suffer from extreme fatigue with their anxiety? My anxiety level hasn't been too high lately, but for about the last week, I'm so tired, I can't hardly get out of bed?

I don't feel exceptionally anxious or depressed, but I just can't get enough sleep. 8-9 hours at night, then 3-4 hours in the afternoon (sometimes an hour or so in the morning). Same meds I've been on for about 5 years. Should I see my Doctor?
Posted in Anxiety, asked by Lester Mosher, 3 years ago. 1389 hits.

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That is a lot. Most I sleep is 10 but I have had that before but I have had it where I sleep about 8 hours then about 2 in the afternoon. This keeps changing for me. A few days ago, I was getting to sleep fine but was wake up a few hours before my alarm which isn't like me but today I nearly over slept. I think it just depends with me. I would suggest going to your doctor about this. Perhaps something has changed for you that is effecting your sleep.
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3 years ago


I have fluctuations in my sleep patterns but i constantly feel fatigued. Most of the time I get 6-8hrs a night, a lot of the time during the day however I find myself in a dream-like state. Your medication could be causing drowsyness on top of the fatigue which is a common symptom.
3 years ago


I get fatigued as well from anxiety. Its so damn frustrating.
3 years ago


I find after a major panic attack that I need to lay down. it takes a alot out of you. then again. are bodies are in a fight or flight response when we panic so it must take a toll on your energy
3 years ago
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