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Pretty sure I’m mixed, and so excited that my afternoon/evening requires me to run several errands when I really shouldn’t be in a car or dealing with people.

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I'm feeling ok. Trouble sleeping tonight, but mentally and physically ok.

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Spent the day toggling between anxiety, Xanax, Xanax-induced fatigue, then mixed symptoms/raginess probably brought on the coffee I drank to wake up from the Xanax. Then more Xanax, now drinking coffee to motivate. There has to be a better med strategy than this.

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Very tired and sleepy.

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Sinking.

great...stable or close to it. Now what?

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Not very well.     The inevitable crash has arrived.    Of course I never realized I was hypo in the first place, just very productive and happy.   

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Sleepy. I need relief from this sleepiness.

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Feel like getting out and doing something. Nice and sunny out. I always feel like I'm "missing out on life" when it's nice out and I stay indoors.

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Sleepy and spaced out due to lack of sleep. 

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Really, really anxious. I have to go to campus to meet with my advisor, and I should have come up with a list of questions for her, but I'm mentally paralyzed today despite taking two Xanax. And the Xanax has also made me sleepy, and I already took a nap. Worried that I'm just going to be a sad mess when I see her, and waste her time, and be embarrassed.

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