How To Overcome Drowsiness.?
, I am a young man aged 23 years … my age is very productive, I have a business that often makes my clock not normal, I don’t early morning or morning .. and activates at night … but under certain conditions I also have to do activities in the morning … so that I will stay at night like clockwork in general … but … even though I have done it, it’s 8-9 hours is enough either in the morning or night. today … I’m very easy once feel sleepy, and I easily fall asleep just anywhere as long as I lay down .. so if I don’t lay down .. I won’t fall asleep .. but feel sleepy and yawn continuously … how do I cope …
The human body has a biological clock where the night is used for resting and daytime activities. When someone works the night shift or becomes sleep deprived at night, changes can occur in the body's biological clock. Changes or disruption to the biological clock can cause insomnia and decreased sleep quality so that the person becomes drowsy the next day.
Aside from the habit of night shifts or staying up late, drowsiness can also be influenced by several other factors such as sleep time less than 6-7 hours, fatigue, electrolyte disorders, hypothyroidism, other sleep disorders such as sleep apnea, alcohol consumption, stress and depression, and side effects of certain drugs.
To help keep the body fresher and not easily drowsy, you can do the following tips:
Try to keep sleeping 6-8 hours at night
Take a 30 minute nap
Make the room bright
Take a shower or wash your face with cold water when you feel sleepy
Avoid alcohol consumption
Manage stress well
Make the bedroom more comfortable
Take a warm bath before going to bed at night to make the body more relaxed
If you are taking medication from a doctor, try to consult again with a doctor who treats about drug options
If you still find it easy to feel sleepy and begin to interfere with your activities, you should consult further with a psychiatrist so that you can be sure the cause of sleepiness is related to sleep disturbance or not. Furthermore, you can be given therapy or medication if needed to help overcome your condition.
Hope it helps you,