Factors That Can Affect The Occurrence Of Insomnia?
Does the implementation of the full day school system increase the percentage of people with insomnia among students? Then what do you think is the right solution to this problem of the percentage of people with insomnia (if there is an increase)?
Hello Fadilah, Thank you for the question.
Insomnia is a condition in which it is difficult for a person to start sleeping or it is difficult to maintain a sleep condition as needed. Symptoms of insomnia include:
difficult to start sleeping awake at night and difficulty sleeping again feeling tired and unable to concentrate the next day unable to take a nap even though feeling tired Further research is needed to find out whether the application of the full day school system causes increased insomnia in students; because basically insomnia itself can be caused by various factors such as lifestyle, room comfort conditions, and psychological conditions. There are several things you can do to treat insomnia, such as:
create a supportive room atmosphere. Try to sleep at the same time. Do not keep staring at the clock when you are going to sleep, don't force sleep, go to sleep immediately when you are sleepy. If you have tried sleeping but still haven't fallen asleep, get up immediately and try to do other activities until you are sleepy don't use the room for other activities besides sleeping (for example watching TV, studying, reading books) avoid consuming caffeinated and alcoholic drinks before bed, at least consume caffeinated and alcoholic drinks last 4 hours before bedtime avoid exercise before bedtime, at least do it last 4 hours before bedtime avoid smoking before bedtime manage stress well If you have tried methods that have not been successful, please advise sufferers to consult a doctor for examination and further handling.
I hope this helps.