Cause While Sleeping, The Mind Instead Looks For Ways To Wake Up?
Hello, I’m 21 years old. Want to ask, why sometimes every time I sleep, my brain and myself want to wake up, looking for ways to get me up. In addition, sometimes also when I sleep my legs are restless as I keep moving which makes me have to get up and do small exercise movements so I can fall asleep again. Why is that? Thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Sleep disorders can occur due to a variety of triggers and causes. Among others are:
Drug side effects
Chemical imbalance of the brain
Side effects of alcohol or drinks containing caffeine
Environmental conditions that do not support sleep
Stress, many thoughts, too much enthusiasm, or other psychic influences
To ensure this, we suggest you go to a neurologist or to a psychiatrist whose subspecialties are sleep disorders. Because what you experience can be beyond the possibility above, even though the treatment will depend on the results of the examination. Your doctor will mainly explore your medical history all this time, and may carry out investigations such as brain records before determining the most appropriate treatment.
Meanwhile, try to wake up a comfortable atmosphere for sleeping, by not exercising starting in the afternoon, not consuming caffeinated drinks like tea, coffee and dark chocolate, dimming the lights, and not using the bed as a place to do other activities such as eating, watching or studying . So, hopefully answering your question.