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    Reoccurring nightmare
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    An_266709 posted:
    I have been having reoccurring nightmares about spiders. I wake up and jump out of bed + I can feel my heart is racing. I am unable to sleep for the rest of the night in my room and sleep on the lounge. They started about 6 months ago and I believe it is related to stress due to an impending really nasty court case in a couple of months where I will be a witness. As the court date moves closer the frequency has been increasing.
     
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    rachelfishe responded:
    Hi,
    are you still having those nightmares? Have you found any solution to that problem? I'm really struggling right now

    thanks,
    Rachel
     
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    Martha8380 replied to rachelfishe's response:
    Would love to hear your tips too!

    Martha


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