The Body Feels Heavy And Dizzy After Waking Up?
In the afternoon … I often wake up early in the morning, when I wake up my body is fit, then sleep again to meet my sleep needs, but after waking up, my body feels heavy and dizzy … Why is that? Please explain and the solution … Thank you …
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Although not visible, our bodies have their own clocks, called biological clocks. That hour makes us sleepy at night, keeps us awake during the day, and feels hungry at certain times.
When you wake up in the morning, your body's biological clock instructs your body to get up and move. So if you ask to go back to sleep, that order will be disrupted, and then it can then bring up the complaints that you feel. That is also why, in the medical world, good and ideal sleep is not measured by its duration, but rather how we feel and condition when we wake up. If when you wake up you already feel refreshed, just sleeping 5 hours is not a problem. But if when you wake up you still feel tired and not energetic, even if you sleep 8 hours, that's not enough. The solution is not to sleep longer, but to find out what causes sleep quality decline.
In addition, sleep itself has a cycle. Although it looks simple, in reality in sleep, humans go through 3-4 different phases repeatedly. If you go back to sleep at a time when you don't need sleep, you might wake up in an undue phase and raise the complaint.
In essence, if you sleep again to meet your sleep needs, but before you have woken up with a fresh state, it could be that your sleep needs have been met. Precisely because you feel heavy and dizzy it means that you have excessive sleep, and you don't need it. So maybe instead of sleeping, you can do light activities such as making tea, watching TV, taking an early shower, or reading a book. So, hopefully answering your question.