Difficult To Sleep Fast At Night And Easily Wake Up?
, For the past 8 months, my hours of sleep have been severely damaged. What used to be that I used to sleep 7-8 hours now can’t sleep like that anymore. Maybe there is a solution? For example, I went to sleep at 8 pm I would have woken up 1 hour 30 minutes – 2 hours later, that is at 10 pm, and at that time the situation was still sleepy, but I could not sleep again even though I had closed my eyes and tried to sleep for 3 hours and failed. Then I tried to sleep at 9 pm it turned out to happen again I woke up at 11 pm in a state of sore eyes, dizzy head and still sleepy but couldn’t continue sleeping. Finally I retired until 1 am I would wake up at 3 in the morning. but strangely if I sleep half past 3 in the morning can wake up normally 7-8 hours. There is a solution? If you go to sleep that much it interferes with my morning activities, which was normal asking for help. I go to any puskesmas if I consult the answer just because I mostly play gadgets even though I have limited it to 1 hour every day. Please help
Hello Bryan, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Difficulty sleeping (insomnia) can be related to several conditions such as:
Piscological disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, PTSD or panic disorders
Health problems such as hyperthyroidism, diabetes, or sleep apnea
Side effects of certain drugs
Smoking or consuming alcohol
Environment / atmosphere that does not support sleep
The best way to overcome this condition is to find out what the underlying cause is and eliminate the cause. To help determine this cause, it is advisable to consult a doctor, if you feel that you have not improved if you consult a general practitioner, you can try to consult further with a psychiatrist.
For now, there are some things you can try to do to help reduce your complaints such as:
Make the atmosphere of your bedroom and bed as comfortable as possible
Maintain body hygiene before going to sleep
Sleep with the lights turned off
Avoiding consuming caffeinated or alcoholic drinks before going to bed
Avoid eating before going to bed
Try not to sleep during the daytime
Avoid using gadgets before going to bed and put them as far away from your place as possible
Avoid stress wherever possible, especially when going to sleep
It is not advisable to take any sleeping pills without a clear recommendation from your doctor
I hope this helps.