The Body Feels Tired When You Wake Up In The Morning Even Though You Have Slept A Lot?
So it’s like this, sometimes I wake up every morning still feeling sleepy even though I’ve taken a nap and sleep again at night, which can be considered a lot of sleep, but why do I sometimes wake up in the morning still sleepy? What’s the solution? Then every time I wake up, my body feels sick to the touch, then I feel like I only sleep for 1 hour, even though I’ve slept a lot, and sometimes I have trouble sleeping at night even though I have closed my eyes.rnr nPlease answer as soon as possible, let’s sleep hehe 🙂
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Sleep disorders, it is not only defined by the amount of sleep that is less. Sleep disturbances, even more likely to the quality of sleep itself. So when a person only sleeps 4-5 hours a night, but can wake up feeling refreshed and energized, then he is not considered to have a sleep disorder. Conversely, someone who has slept up to 9 hours, but wakes up feeling dizzy, sad, and tired, can actually be considered to have a sleep disorder.
This sleep disorder itself can be caused by many things. Among them are stress, anxiety, lingering sadness, worry, having social problems such as in family, work, school or other, or certain physical problems such as hormonal disorders, muscle and joint problems, or neurological diseases.
So in your case, if you feel you do not have certain symptoms or diseases that you are experiencing, it would be very good if you consult a psychiatrist about your problem. Psychiatrists not only treat people with loss of mind, but psychiatrists are also competent in treating people with sleep disorders, memory disorders, and other psychosocial problems.
Meanwhile you can try not to use the bed as a place to do chores, eat or do other activities besides sleeping. Try not to remember or think about today's or tomorrow's work or events when going to bed, turn off all sounds and lights, and exercise regularly. If you want to know more about sleep disorders, click the following link to our article on Insomnia. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa