The Cause Of The Body Feels Weak And Achy After Dreaming While Sleeping?
Hello, I want to ask that is related to dreams in sleep. so this is me when I sleep rarely dreaming, at first I just thought it was ordinary because maybe I already considered normal. But when one night finally in my sleep, I dreamed of the people around me, but besides that after waking up in the morning my body felt weak and achy everywhere. events like that are often experienced until I was confused, what’s wrong with my body. please help how to overcome this disturbance in my sleep. Thank you
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Dreams are basically stories and images in the mind that are created while sleeping. Dreams can feel very real and make us feel happy, sad, or afraid. Dreams can also feel confusing or vice versa, very logical. Dreams can occur at any time during sleep, but the most real dreams occur in the REM (Rapid Eye Movement) phase, where the brain is most active. Some experts say that humans dream about 4-6 times per night. Many theories explain why humans dream, but no one knows for sure. Some research says that dreams have no meaning or purpose, but just absurd activity for the brain that is resting. Other researchers say that dreams are important for mental, emotional, and physical health.
complaints that you lami after waking up can be caused by dreams that you experience that causes you to worry or panic so that you experience weakness, sweating or feeling achy. but there are also some things that might be caused by it:
not managing stress and thinking about many things before going to sleep: thinking about many things at night will keep the brain working. This can trigger mood swings, so the desire to sleep is diverted. As a result, the "burden" is carried away, triggering dreams, making frequent awakening, and finally making the body limp after waking up. Excessive Caffeine Consumption: Consuming too much caffeine, especially in the afternoon and evening, will make the drinker "literate" when going to sleep. Not only that, coffee is also a diuretic, so it will make you urinate more often and dehydrate. So, coffee makes the body limp in two ways, namely to reduce your sleep time and make you lack of body fluids. too much heavy food before going to bed: If the body works hard to digest food while you sleep, automatically the internal organs also do not rest. This can make your body weak after waking up. It can also be caused due to low blood pressure, anemia and low sugar levels. These are some of the causes of the limp body after waking up. Actually, from physical health, it is not the cogotoglycemia, anemia, and hypoglycemia that is the cause. If you are attacked by other diseases, usually the body will also be like that. However, this condition is also accompanied by other symptoms, such as fever, headache, and pain, depending on the type of disease.
if this has seriously disrupted the quality of your daily activities, immediately consult a physician psychiatrist to find a solution and the exact cause.
There are several things you can do:
manage stress by doing meditation and relaxation to win your mind can soak your feet before sleeping with warm water and can also listen to your sweet song during sleep drink warm milk before sleep make a pleasant and comfortable situation in your room avoid drinking caffeine and alcohol and smoking avoid dinner heavy you can do routine exercise about 30 minutes every day or 3 times a week you can read this article too: various sleep disorders
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