Is It Safe To Take A Shower After Staying Up Late?
I want to ask, how long does it take to get a good sleep? And what if it’s not possible to sleep with that duration? (For example, I can only go to bed at 11 but have to get up at 4 in the morning) If I may know how to cope with insomnia, what should I do? I often have difficulty falling asleep, but strangely, I usually wake up around 7-8, so it is also difficult to take time to rest. One more thing, is it safe to take a shower in the morning after staying up late at night?
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Hello shine, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Sleep is a very good thing that is needed by the body. The amount of sleep each person usually varies and is influenced by age, habits, daily activities, consumption of caffeine (coffee), or if there are mental disorders and disorders during sleep.
Generally adults are advised to have hours of sleep around 7-9 hours. Some of the effects that can occur when lack of sleep among others are decreased concentration or productivity, decreased endurance, accelerated premature aging, decreased sexual performance, increases the risk of serious illnesses such as diabetes, obesity, stroke, high blood pressure, heart problems, and mood disorders.
Everyone has a different body cycle that will create sleep patterns and also patterns to wake up every day. Usually if you do get up often at 7-8, then this happens due to habits that have been done long enough and your body has been programmed to wake up at that hour. You are still advised to take a shower in the morning even though before you stay up late, actually bathing in the morning will make you fresher and ready to move.
Some things you can do between:
Create a regular sleep schedule every day
Avoid excessive stress or anxiety
Exercise regularly every day but avoid strenuous exercise before going to bed
Make sure you get enough rest every day with good sleep quality
Make relaxation such as yoga, take a warm bath, or drink warm milk before going to bed
Avoid consumption of alcohol, coffee, tea, chocolate and cigarettes before going to bed
Avoid working, playing cellphones, watching TV or doing activities in bed
Make your bedroom room comfortable
Turn off the lights, TV lights, computers, laptops, cellphones before you sleep
You can also read the following interesting article: Many bad conditions await you because of the effects of staying up late and tips to stay fit after staying up late
Hopefully this information can be useful for you.