Am I normal?

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Can I ask? Does anyone else have a not to bad of a day but things change at night? Seems like Im miserable and down during the day but for some reason as soon as evening/night comes I change/it changes, everything is so much worse sad x

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    I'm the opposite as I normaly feel better at night than in the day it's really strange
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    Your mood can change, as you body and hormones change to environment. That's why some people have sad box for seasonal disorders. Also ladies of a particular age and to a degree men who have vasectomies too can be effected by hormone imbalance.

    its just one chain of thought. Another one I have heard is during the day and to a degree at night to your body goes into auto pilot and again this can be effected by hormones, what you eat and also what happens in previous state (ie insomnia at night but ok during day or vice versa)

    the he body is unique and whilst we have all the same bits they are different sizes, different hormone levels, different immunity and genes and that's what makes us interesting in terms of biological advances

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    im the other way round wake up and am very agitated  for about 2 hours and on a night im fine.

    since i cut down mirtarzpine i feel beter than i was on a morning, no bad dreams  either, but i feel like im not sleeping properly even though my wife say im sound asleep. can explain this

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      Hi, i see You have cut down mirtazapine.  Im on a slow taper and the nightmare feelings of fear and going mad are horrible.  Did you have them.  Did they stop when you finished mirtaz? I am having to take diazepam in morning as i feel so bad.  I can also feel better by evening time and go to bed then wake with this agitation
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      Hi Ann I am off the mirts took my last 15mg 6th Aug and started 10mg citalopram 8th Aug and wonder if it was to sudden so listening to your experience it would appear it's not easy which ever way you go  I have had a terrible week also been back to the drs and have been given diazepam to help my dreadful feelings. I can relate to your situation it is so similar to mine let's hope it will soon pass good luck 

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      Well done, you've got to the next step but changing these anti deps is no walk in the park. They havent tried ctalopram with me yet. To be honestbi dont know if id be better without any to see what happens.  Appt at gp monday, she said my tapering off would be over by then! Guess shes not seen or done it! Please keep in touch and tell me how you are. Fingers crossed.

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      I am following your lead, off mirtaz but sych has said try to get through but the anxiety is massive into second month.  Thinkmimwould like to try something tomhelp it, would you recommend citalopram as a changeover?
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    Yes your normal the reason behind this is simple you have a mental illness that wants you to feel alone it wants you to feel isolated

    The time the mind knows it's harder to reach out for help is night time because you know it your head knows it so it strikes when it knows it will have most effect

    I not sure if you drink as a coping mechanism but that also is a depressant and leaves you feeling a shame empty as the container that you drank from

    The best think to do is create your own outlet for the nighttime use the site to vent or a dairy etc try to take up a hobbie to release the feel good hormones in the body's it'll tip the scale in your favour

    Mike

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