How To Deal With Insomnia?

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at noon rnDoc, I want to ask, my mother has been unable to sleep for about 6 months..rn. Yesterday I checked my cholesterol, it turned out that my cholesterol was 230.. what medicine or solution to treat my mother’s illness?

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Hi Ratna. Insomnia is the inability to fall asleep or maintain sleep at night, under normal conditions. Because everyone needs different sleep durations, insomnia is measured more by the quality of sleep and how one feels after waking up rather than the duration. Even when a person spends 8 hours of sleep a night, but wakes up feeling unrefreshed, dizzy or even tired, he can still be categorized as having insomnia.

Insomnia as a sleep disorder is more accurately described as a symptom than as a single disease. Because in general, insomnia is present as a result of an underlying disease. Some of the conditions that can cause insomnia include:

Psychological problems. Anxiety, anger, regret, panic, lots of thoughts and sadness or depression are some of the psychological problems that are most often the cause of insomnia. Unfortunately, sleep deprivation caused by insomnia sometimes causes these psychological problems to get worse. It takes more honesty and openness from insomniacs to be able to deal with this one cause. Physical health. Hormonal disorders, respiratory problems, muscle and joint pain problems, nervous disorders, heart problems, allergies, Parkinson's, gastric disorders, are some of the many physical disorders that can cause insomnia. Much of the context is the discomfort felt because these illnesses make sleep difficult. Drug. Just as drugs can cause drowsiness, some drugs can also interfere with sleep, such as antidepressants, corticosteroids, thyroid hormones, drugs for high blood pressure, stimulant drugs, as well as epilepsy drugs. Lifestyle. Lifestyle that is not good, such as napping for too long, can obviously cause difficulty sleeping at night. Eating large portions of food, so that you are too full can also make it difficult for you to fall asleep. Here are some of the most common causes so that a person can enter into a state of insomnia. Read more about insomnia by clicking on our article on Insomnia. We hope that you can use the information from us to estimate the causes of the insomnia that your mother is experiencing. But if you are still confused, or you need further examination and explanation, please have your mother checked by a doctor. Among specialist doctors who also deal with sleep disorders are psychiatrists. Hope you and your family are always healthy.

That's it, hope it helps.

dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa

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