Why do I wake up feeling upset sometimes?
Last Updated: 11/15/2016 at 5:27pm
Kristin Noyes, MSW, LCSW
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Depression and anxiety can feel overwhelming even on the best of days. I believe in helping clients understand these disorders and help them to reduce and manage symptoms.
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You may think your planned tasks are not full filled. It may repeat again. So do fear about that, work more better than yesterday with your experience. And avoid the disturbances..
That may be a sign of depression. Most of the time, I have the same problem. I feel like I wish I could just curl up and go back to bed, but I tough it out.
I wake up upset mostly because of the time I wake up. I wake up knowing that I have a 1 hour bus ride to go to school, and that leaves me really angry. But, sometimes, I wake up upset because of my dreams, that are flashbacks of traumatic experiences. It's rare for me to wake up fine...
Occasionally our bottled up feelings can catch up on us when we are least aware of it. This means you're likely to feel the stress and strain of problems as you go to bed, or when you have just woken up
Often, if you go to bed with negativity on your mind that's what your going to wake up to. Smile before you sleep, focus on something positive.
It can be, of course, for different reasons. Have you slept well or not? Have you got some nightmares? Something happened the day/s before? Were you comfortable on the bed?
It may be that you had a dream that was emotionally upsetting, it could be that you didn't sleep well or woke up at a bad moment or woke up because something woke you, which made your body activate your fight or flight responses.
You wake up feeling upset sometimes because you might probably slept upset, and you thought of that.
the mind keeps thinking and exploring while you sleep as well, even though you might not remember these contemplations when you wake up. these thoughts might be bringing you to sad results while you sleep. another reason might be the lack of certain hormones being released which leave you feeling sad.
I wake up feeling upset when I let my anxious thoughts spiral out of control. Oftentimes I am able to control these thought cascades through tools I have learned and continue to practice, but there are moments when only time will calm my head.
I wake up feeling upset too. Depressive moods hit me alot without a trigger, or maybe something upsetting came up in my subconscious while sleeping.
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