Cause Of Insomnia Under 12 O’clock At Night?
Bissmillah., It has been almost 11 years, the habit of staying up late that I do this. I want to recover and have a normal sleep pattern. Starting from the age of 9 years I have started staying up late in front of the television. Until now it seems ‘staying up late’ is a must for me. Moreover, online games that I always do in every difficulty sleeping in the last few years. Please answer. If necessary. I will consult further. thanks.
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Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by patients having difficulty sleeping or not getting enough sleep despite having enough time to start sleep. So if you have a habit of staying up late that has been done for years, then this will form your sleep patterns at a time that tends to occur in the morning or according to the time you finished staying up. If this habit has been running for years and now has begun to bother you (such as frequent weakness, easy drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, difficulty concentrating, or difficult to start sleeping at the beginning of time), then the initial steps you can try is
1. Organize your activity and time habits
2. stop the habit of staying up late
3. stop playing games, tv, gadgets at night before bed or around 8 or 9 at night, so that your body is more relaxed to start sleeping
4. avoid stress or anxiety
5. Avoid other habits that do not support sleep, such as doing work, smoking, alcohol
6. do regular exercise to provide relaxation time
7. avoid sleeping before the afternoon or before sunset
In addition to the above efforts, an evaluation should also be made regarding the possible causes of this sleep disorder, such as:
3. an unhealthy lifestyle
4. the influence of certain drugs
So, complaints of insomnia that you feel, especially if you supply sleep above 12 o'clock at night and sleep quality is not good, then the possibility of poor sleep habits is indeed a sleep disorder or insomnia. Because it does not happen in 1 or several days, then this is not an acute condition, but has formed a habit of many years. Because this habit is formed from some of the risks above, then you should begin to regulate and control your bad habits that interfere with your sleep time.
And if all of the above efforts have not also helped improve your sleep quality and you still feel the sleep disturbance, then you should consult with a neurologist or psychiatrist. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations and investigations if necessary to find out whether there are other medical problems that affect, such as thyroid disorders, digestive disorders, or respiratory disorders. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors to provide care and treatment.
Thus the information we can convey.