How To Deal With Drowsiness And Laziness Before Menstruation?
Thank you for the question.
Hormonal changes that occur close to the menstrual schedule are not uncommon to mimic excessive sleepiness, laziness, and fatigue as you feel. Not only that, other complaints can also arise, such as:
Physical complaints: nausea, bloating, breast tightening, breast tenderness and more sensitive, chills, dizziness, aches
Psychic complaints: sleep disorders, changes in appetite, mood swings, crying easily, irritability, irritability, difficulty concentrating, and so on
As long as this condition only appears temporarily, and improves by itself after menstruation, often this condition is not dangerous. You can overcome this by:
Fill your daily life with productive activities
Fight laziness, drowsiness, and fatigue that are not clearly triggered
Be diligent in exercising every day
Go to sleep early
Don't over-use gadgets
Eat healthy and nutritious food, drink also enough
Do not carelessly take drugs, herbs, or other supplements without doctor's advice
If the steps above have not been successful in resolving your complaint, you can consult further with your doctor. It is feared, in addition to hormonal fluctuations leading up to menstruation, your complaints also arise due to other causes, such as anemia, dehydration, diabetes, hypoglycemia, hypothyroidism, chronic infections, mental disorders, and so on.
Hope this helps ...