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If you've been struggling to get out of bed in the morning, then you're certainly not alone.
As the mornings get darker, leaving the comfort and warmth of the duvet is far from an appealing prospect.
While you've probably been attributing your reluctance to get out of bed to laziness, it turns out there's an actual psychological condition you could be dealing with here.
Dysania is a term to use to describe a chronic inability to get up and out of bed.
It can leave those who have it'craving' their bed and wanting to get back to it - which we can all relate to - but dysania has a more serious impact.
The condition, which is also called clinomania, isn't officially recognized at the moment, but sufferers say it is a very real thing.
It's often related to mental health issues, as those who report having the condition also have anxiety and depression.
Although people with these conditions often have accompanying issues with sleep, dysaniacs feel a strong addictive'pull' back to bed.
It can also be an issue for people living with chronic fatigue syndrome
How do I know if I have dysania?
A lot of people have strong urges to go back to bed after waking, so how do you know if you have the condition or not?
People with dysania will find the condition often affects day to day life in a way regular tiredness and reluctance to get out of bed would not.
Dysaniacs have an overwhelming need to be in bed regardless of their responsibilities, which means they can stay in bed for days at a time.
Although they wake readily enough, the task of rising from the bed is extremely difficult.
One quick test would be to think about words you associate with getting up in the morning.
If words like'tiresome' or'frustrating' come to mind you probably just love sleeping, like the rest of us.
However, if you think'anxiety'stress' or'overwhelming' then it's probably worth going to see your GP who can investigate it further.
I am using anti depressant i.e sertraline since 2 years although my depression is cured but now when I do not eat that medicine for 1 day then I get electric shock waves to brain and when I eat the medicine itn dosent happen please guide what should I do.
Any time I want ladies panty and any time I want sex with women not Girl but I don't know why I like too much ladies panty. What should I do for this I am addicted too much please suggest?
How can I make my penis strong and healthy because previously I was a masturbation addict but know I masturbate 1 time a week so doctors help me I want to make my penis strong and healthy and my penis ejaculate a lot of transparent sticky liquid by a single touch of my gf I starts ejaculating that transparent sticky liquid and tell what diet should I take which make my me strong and healthy in both ways sexually or physically.
Sir/maam mai pehle ek mastubartion addict tha magar ab jab se maine gym karna chalu kiya hai tab se ye masturbation week mai ek baar karne laga hui toh mujhe aap se ye help chahiye hai ki meri penis weak toh hui gayi ho gi toh usse mai kase ek strong or healthy penis banau mujhe size se mtlb ni hai bs mai chahta hui ki mera stamina control or ejculation sab sahi se ho jaise ek healthy man hota hai doctors pls help meee.
Compulsive skin picking takes on the form of habitual nose picking (rhinotillexomania), there is particular need to beware the risk of causing very severe illness if the habit is allowed to develop to excess. Nose picking (rhinotillexomania) may need some of the same psychological and medical interventions that other forms of compulsive skin picking employ. The two disorders are so similar in nature that most treatment options for one works for the other.
- The greek origins of the medical term for nose picking (rhinotillexomania) can be translated as" nose" (rhino) plus" habitual picking" (tillexis) plus" rage, fury" (mania) and together they provide a very telling description of the disorder. It's frequently because we are feeling suppressed rage and fury that we pick away habitually at the contents of our noses, even when we do it to the extent that we cause pain, which leads to more rage and fury. After all, the stuff in there's got to come out sometime. Right? everybody picks his or her nose from time to time. According to the records inscribed on a papyrus scroll from ca. 1330 bc, the ancient egyptian pharaoh tutankhamen provided the food and lodging of his own personal nose picker. And the imperial nose picker was paid three heads of cattle for his work, too. Most of us probably wouldn't want our own personal nose picker, especially those of us who have the tendency toward compulsive nose picking (rhinotillexomania). There's satisfaction in doing the work ourselves. There's relief. There's also danger.
- Nose picking (rhinotillexomania) can lead to infections in the nose, which is situated very close to the brain. They share the same blood supply. Getting an infection anywhere in the area doctors call the" danger triangle" presents a good cause for alarm. The danger triangle can be traced from one corner of the mouth, over the bridge of the nose, and down to the opposite corner of the mouth. Any time infection in this area occurs, there is the very rare but very real risk that the infection can spread to the brain.
- Most people who pick their noses for strictly hygienic purposes have little, if any, need to fear such an infection. However, anyone suffering from the compulsive form of nose picking (rhinotillexomania), who is at risk of picking excessively and to the point of impeding the healing process, is at greater risk of infection. The earliest medical intervention possible for the compulsion to pick may eliminate the necessity for antibiotics and emergency medical interventions due to infection later.