Relationship Of Blood Pressure Disorders (tension) With Difficulty Sleeping?
I suggest that Aritonang, aged 45, complains of insomnia, often goes out, goes to the hospital, because the main factor is not able to fall asleep, this last when a recurrence of thoughts such as not wanting to worry, then the mind says, ,, ends up going against the body, want to be dry , pounding my chest, hard to think, and when pointed at one mental activity, I want to break my breath “and tremble, but then where can I overcome my illness ,, can it recover ,, sometimes I am afraid, thank you
Thank you for the question.
Blood pressure (tension) alone should not necessarily cause you to have trouble sleeping. Difficulty sleeping, accompanied by other complaints that you experience, such as disturbing thoughts appear, excessive sweating, palpitations, difficulty thinking, difficulty breathing, and trembling, are likely to indicate a psychological disorder, such as excessive anxiety disorder, delusional disorder, disturbance post-traumatic stress, specific phobias, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, schizophrenia, and so on. It could also, your complaint arises due to side effects of drugs, drug abuse, alcoholism, as well as other organic disorders, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease, heart rhythm or valve disorders, asthma, bronchitis, hyperthyroidism, and so on.
Your conditions, as mentioned above, if they occur due to physical or psychological disorders. Therefore, to ensure this, you need to undergo an in-depth psychiatric interview with your doctor, physical examination, or other supporting tests if necessary (such as x-rays, blood tests, heart records, etc.). In this way, then the definitive handling of your condition can be decided. So, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or psychiatrist huh ..
In the meantime, to help improve your condition, we recommend that you:
If indeed you have problems with blood pressure, regularly control your illness to the doctor or intern doctor busy your morning to evening with positive and productive activities, for example working, exercising, honing hobbies, organizing, chatting with loved ones. Don't confine yourself a lot , daydreaming, let alone lamenting your destiny If overwritten by a problem, focus on finding a solution, don't be afraid or be made sad too much Train yourself to be a better person, create your own standards of success, don't be fixated on people's judgment , drugs, and cigarettes Make your room as comfortable as possible, not noisy, not too dazzled, and the temperature is quite good Hope it helps ..