When I wake up in the morning the first thing my brain starts doing is worrying. I think of tons of different things that I really don't need to worry about, but I dramatize in my head. I get the shakes from it. I try to do stuff to get rid of the thoughts and I try to do something physical, ie, clean, move furniture. The problem with the physical work is that I don't know when or actually how to stop at the end of the day and just relax. I guess this would qualify as hypomania? Yes? No?
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