So here I am awake! Fell asleep about 11.30 and woke up again about 12.30 feeling scared and horr.

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Had a couple of wines which I know can keep you awake but feeling scared and frustrated

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    Hi Paula, was wondering if you usually feel bad when you first wake up. I know i'v had a lot of issues with dark negative thoughts first thing in the morning or during the night. This has been a huge problem for me during Peri menopause and I would even wake up crying sometimes. Its taken a while but I'm finally getting better and I know now that I need to take it slowly and take some time each morning to wake up properly. I have no idea if this is what you are experiencing but hope this helps.

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      Hi. Not dark thoughts when I wake in the morning but mostly in the middle of the night. I wake with a jolt and then have lots of odd sensations and feel like I m going to die!! So odd. Worst thing is i can lie awake for 2/3 hours and am then tired the next day.
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      Hi Paula

      i use to go through this, it will stop eventually..I would be up all night worrying and laying there scared!! what helped me to go back to sleep i will read! i know 3 am while everyone was sleeping i will seat and read my book!! Also, drinking a chamomile tea before i go to sleep really calms me down...

      I went through this for a few years, but eventually does go away...

      feel better

      xxxx

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    Hi, yes I had this symptom that comes and goes waking up frighten or just as trying to drift off horrible felling it's hormones scaring us nothing to much to worry about can't harm us it will stop..try not to worry menopause will calm down with time ok.

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