Often Feel Sleepy, Tired, And Lack Of Enthusiasm?
Hello … I want to ask about my condition lately. Lately my condition seems to be getting worse, in my opinion, I always feel tired, not excited, and sleepy in my daily activities. When I sleep at night around 1.00 until 6:00 in the morning. Even though I just woke up and started working at 8:00 in the morning, I was feeling sleepy and not excited. In the afternoon during work breaks I will go to bed around 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and work again until nighttime at 20:00. But I still feel sleepy it’s just not as bad as morning until noon, and I still feel always tired and not excited. Sangking is not excited and tired to the point of wanting to chat or do anything I’m lazy. U003cbr u003e u003cbr u003e Please help, Thank you
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Since when did you feel the complaint? Since when did your sleep patterns and daily activities take place that way?
Sleep is one important component for health. According to the recommendations of the National Sleep Foundation 2015, the sleep requirements for all adult age groups (18-25 years) are 7-9 hours a day, the adult age (26-64 years) is 7-9 hours a day, and the elderly (65 years to above) is 7-8 hours a day. However, the sleep needs of each individual can still be different even in the same age group because sleep needs are individual.
Reviewing the information you convey, in general your sleep time is indeed less compared to the recommended sleep duration. Do not rule out the possibility that complaints are easily tired, not excited, and often sleepy that you experience is caused by your lack of sleep.
Indeed, some health problems can cause symptoms as you experience, for example, lack of red blood cell hemoglobin (anemia), malnutrition, side effects of using certain medications, episodes of mild depression, episodes of severe depression, etc. However, before guessing about a particular disease as a cause of complaints, we strongly recommend that you first improve your sleep patterns and daily activities. Inadequate your daily sleep needs, about 7-9 hours a day. You are also advised to regularly exercise, eat a balanced nutritious diet, drink at least 8 glasses of water a day, and avoid smoking.
If lifestyle improvements do not seem to improve complaints, you can consult a doctor or specialist in internal medicine so that proper evaluation and treatment is needed. To enrich insight, you can read articles about sleep deprivation. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.