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When should you talk to your doctor about your anxiety and sleep issues?

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If your anxiety does not improve after a few weeks, talk to your doctor. You may have an underlying medical problem (such as a sleep disorder) or a treatable psychiatric condition (such as an anxiety disorder) causing you to feel this way.

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WebMD Feature: "Coping With Anxiety."

Reviewed by Lisa Bernstein on March 6, 2018

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WebMD Feature: "Coping With Anxiety."

Reviewed by Lisa Bernstein on March 6, 2018

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