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AngelKitty

833d

It seems like every night I struggle to sleep because of my night terrors always prevent me to sleep. All because of my PTSD. And it seems like every time I mentioned it to my psychologist that I'm unable to sleep he tries to reforce me I should sleep at night. And it seems everyone gets upset at me for not sleeping at night too. Especially when it comes to doctors. I'm 33 years old. I get these horrible gruesome night terrors. I dunno what I should do. Aside sleeping through the day where I know I feel a lot safer sleeping to a natural lighting then at night. Do anyone else have any suggestions? I'm willing to listen.

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    • chelsy

      811d

      @AK11 what is it called? I need to look into this n see if I can get my nights back.

    • AK11

      832d

      Also there’s a new device for nightmares I looked into, called night ware, it detects when you’re having night terrors and vibrates to wake you up or change the dream. I know some psychologists/psychiatrists can prescribe a prescription for it

      • chelsy

        811d

        @AK11 what is it called? I need to look into this n see if I can get my nights back.

      • AngelKitty

        831d

        @AK11 What's the device called?

    • AK11

      832d

      It sounds like you need a new psychologist. Have you ever tried EMDR?

      • AngelKitty

        831d

        @AK11 No because I never hear of it.

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