Causes Of Difficulty Falling Asleep At Night And Can Only Sleep In The Morning?
Hello, it’s been 4 months since I went to college outside the city, my time or hours of sleep is always abnormal, even almost can not sleep except after the Morning Prayer, please explain, Thank you
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Difficulty to start sleep can be classified as early insomnia. This condition can occur due to many factors. If you view the information that you convey, that is, the condition of your newly enrolled outside the city, this condition may be related to the following factors:
Jet lag (if the city you live in now is quite different in time from your hometown)
Uncomfortable environmental conditions, for example too noisy, hot, cold, glare
Psychological pressure, for example due to problems in college, obstacles in living relationships with friends, learning difficulties, homesickness, economic factors
Unhealthy lifestyles, such as rarely exercising, smoking, consuming caffeine, alcohol, or drugs, and so on
Aside from the above factors, it could also be that you have trouble sleeping due to other factors, for example discomfort in the body (such as shortness, fever, pain, nausea), side effects of medications, certain diseases (such as asthma, GERD) , etc.
You can check yourself directly to the doctor for a more in-depth examination if you feel your complaints are very disturbing your activities. The doctor will usually give you several types of medication and education about good sleep patterns as an initial treatment. You can also do the steps below so that your complaint is cured:
Try to sleep and wake up regularly every day
Don't think too much, calm yourself
Perform healthy habits daily, for example by eating regularly, don't eat too late, exercising diligently, not consuming excessive caffeine, stay away from cigarettes and alcohol
Do not consume sleeping medicine carelessly
Make your room area always comfortable
If the steps above still do not make your complaint improve, do not hesitate to check it back to the doctor huh ..
I hope this helps.