I Have Difficulty Sleeping So Much That I Feel Dizzy?
hello n nI am currently on a college vacation, my daily life is just at home and hanging out near the house nand I often have trouble sleeping, it’s very difficult to close my eyes and sleep, until I get dizzy in the crown area, eye bones, temples nI can only fall asleep after 00.00 then wake up at 08.00 n nI have tried this method, doing yoga for better sleep, drinking hot tea, using aromatherapy to relax
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Difficulty sleeping or insomnia can occur for many reasons. The most common cause of insomnia is poor sleep habits. The following are some of the bad sleep habits that can trigger insomnia:
sleep time is not fixed each day
naps too long or too late
doing stimulating activities before going to bed (for example playing on your cellphone or computer)
uncomfortable room or bed
working or doing other activities besides sleeping in bed
Some other possible causes of insomnia include:
consume caffeinated foods or drinks before bed
alcohol consumption and smoking
too much to eat at night
certain psychiatric disorders like anxiety disorder, depression, etc.
certain physical diseases such as hyperthyroidism, GERD, chronic pain, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, asthma, etc.
You should try to improve your sleep habits first:
Try sleeping at the same time every day
Avoid doing stimulating activities before you sleep
Do not do any other activity besides sleeping in your room or in your bed
Make the condition of your bedroom as comfortable as possible (darken the room, adjust the temperature, install a relaxing aromatherapy)
Don't take a nap, or if you are really tired during the day, you can take a nap only briefly and not too late
Avoid consuming caffeinated drinks, especially before bed
Avoid smoking and alcohol
Your sleep time (from 00.00 to 08.00) is actually sufficient for a standard adult sleep. However, if sleeping too late is very disturbing to you, and you still can't sleep after doing the things above, you should check with your doctor for further evaluation.
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