Do You Have To Buy Tranquilizers If You Have Sleep Disorders?
Permission to Ask … I have a sleep disorder (Insomnia) and I often feel anxious about something I will do in the future, I also always feel anxious about things that are not important. Please explain and do I have to buy / consume tranquilizers? (if yes, please write the name of the medicine and the rules of use) Thank you ~
Hello Tian04, thank you for asking on HealthReplies.com.
Insomnia is indeed quite closely related to problems on the psychological side of a person such as anxiety disorders, panic disorders, depression or abuse of certain drugs.
Because these two things are very related, it is strongly recommended to consult your complaints further with a psychiatrist (psychiatrist) to also evaluate your psychological status, whether there are certain disorders or not and what treatment should be given to your current condition this.
Regarding the use of sedatives, it all depends on the results of your psychiatric examination, if necessary, the dosage and method of new use will be adjusted because the use of these drugs must be based on clear indications from the doctor and on the supervision of the doctor, can not be purchased haphazardly without a prescription, advice and without a clear examination from the doctor regarding your condition.
In the meantime, there are a number of things you can try to do to help reduce complaints such as:
Maintain self-respect before going to sleep
Maintain cleanliness and comfort of the bed and bedroom
Avoiding dinner in the time close to bedtime, a minimum of 4 hours apart before you sleep
Avoid consumption of caffeinated beverages before going to bed
Turn off the lights when going to sleep
Avoid smoking or consuming alcohol
Avoid using drugs without the obvious recommendation of a doctor
Avoid stress wherever possible by overcoming all the problems you face
Doing exercise regularly and regularly
I hope this helps.