Insomnia At Night.?
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Someone's bedtime usually varies. Patterns and hours of sleep a person is usually influenced by habits, daily activities, consumption of caffeine (coffee), or if there are mental disorders and disturbances when sleeping.
Sleep duration in adults aged 18-64 years is between 7-9 hours. During your sleep hours is still enough, then staying up late can still be tolerated but actually it is not good if it continues to be accustomed. The habit of staying up at night and sleeping in the morning can affect the circadian rhythm or biological clock of the body and over time your circadian rhythm will change.
Your complaint can also be caused by several medical disorders such as psychological disorders such as depression, sleep apnea disorders, side effects of drugs or caffeine, or other medical disorders. We recommend that if your productivity is disturbed, excessive daytime drowsiness, mood disorders or mood swings, you are advised to consult with your doctor.
Some things you can do between:
Create a regular sleep schedule Limit your afternoon nap to less than 30 minutes Avoid stress, excessive anxiety Routine exercise every day but avoid strenuous exercise before bed Make sure you get enough rest every day with good sleep quality Perform relaxation such as yoga, warm baths, or drinking milk warm before going to bed Avoid consumption of alcohol, coffee, tea, chocolate, and cigarettes before going to bed Avoid work, play cellphone, watch TV or move in bed Make the bedroom comfortable Turn off lights, tv light, computer, laptop, cellphone before you sleep you can also read the following interesting articles. Many bad conditions await you due to the effects of staying up late
Hopefully this information can be useful for you.