Causes And Overcome Sleep Disorders At Night?
Good afternoon, I am an 18 year old teenager and I want to ask. Lately I have difficulty falling asleep. Even at night it was difficult for me to get sleepy, yawning was rare. Even though I wasn’t like this before. In the past when I was braking, I knew it was dawn. Now no, I’m braking, but I don’t sleep. want to wake up innate so. It’s a long brake, just fell asleep. Why is that? Thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition that you are experiencing is most likely insomnia. Insomnia is a condition when a person has difficulty falling asleep, be it difficult to start sleeping, difficult to maintain sleep, or difficulty getting quality sleep. Thus, people with insomnia usually take a long time to fall asleep, wake up when they are sleeping, or wake up earlier than they should and all of that causes drowsiness and disturbance the next day.
In general, the causes of insomnia can be divided into five, viz
Psychic, in the form of stress, depression, anxiety, fear, tension, and certain thoughts
Physical disorders, such as hormonal disorders, heart, nerves, muscles and joints, digestion and breathing
Lifestyle, such as smoking, excessive alcohol or caffeine consumption
Drug side effects
Environmental factors, such as rooms that are too bright, noisy, room temperature that is too cold or too hot
So that the possible causes are very broad and can also be very diverse treatment options. Therefore, we recommend that you check your condition with a general practitioner first so you can find out through a history collection and a brief physical examination, in which direction the tendency for your condition is now. Your general practitioner will direct you to the doctor where you should continue your examination. If you find that there is no clarity about the cause even after seeing a doctor, you can immediately consult a psychiatrist, as an expert in the field of sleep disorders, even though you may not feel any psychological complaints.
Meanwhile, what must be considered is for those who experience sleep disturbance, often they are too 'trying' to sleep, so they realize it or not, even their eyes are closed too strong. Their minds are also preoccupied with how much time is left before the morning approaches. Even with physical tension and busy thoughts, sleep will be increasingly difficult to do. Therefore, try not to try to sleep more. Let your mind wander, and let time pass.
In addition, exercising in the afternoon can also help you sleep better. But do not exercise when at night because it can actually make you more awake. Don't consume coffee, and use the bed only to sleep. Don't eat, work or study in bed. Make sure your room is dim, and you may also consume warm milk before going to bed. So, hopefully answering your question.