Why Has It Been Difficult To Sleep For 3 Days, Easy To Cry And Likes To Be Alone When Working On A Thesis?
It’s been 3 days difficult to sleep, when closing my eyes always thought of several things, now is completing a thesis. Easy to cry, aloof, more to avoid crowds,
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Insomnia is a disorder of a person in sleep, be it a disturbance to start sleeping, maintain sleep, or a disturbance in having quality sleep. In addition, sleep is basically the way our bodies recover from the various activities we do in a day, and if by sleeping, in the morning we do not feel refreshed or even feel more tired, then it can also be called insomnia.
Broadly speaking, the cause of insomnia can be caused by two things, namely physical causes and psychological causes. Physical causes can be due to hormonal disorders, heart problems, digestive disorders, pain, side effects of drugs, smoking and alcohol, and psychological causes more on everything related to thoughts and feelings, such as excessive anxiety, stress, mental stress, prolonged sadness, depression and so forth. From the story that you tell, most likely the condition you are experiencing is caused by a psychological disorder.
In response to this, we suggest that you check your condition with a psychiatrist because it needs to be further studied whether your condition of sleep disorders is purely due to psychological disorders or there is involvement of physical disorders. If it's just a psychological disorder, the extent of the impact of the disturbance in your life, whether only in sleep patterns, or already in social activities. Also is the interference only due to a thesis, or are there other family, social and economic problems. Furthermore, is it just a sleep disorder, or are there other mental disorders that affect sleep disorders. All that can only be known through a direct examination by a psychiatrist. You may do a preliminary examination by a psychologist, but if in the end you need medication, the psychologist is not authorized to prescribe medication and in the end you still need to see a psychiatrist.
In the meantime, try to be aware of what your problems are. When it comes to thesis, understand that thesis is the problem of millions of students. All graduates have experienced it at some time in their lives and all can get through it, and so should you. If necessary, take a break and do what you want as long as it does not violate the norms and rules. Enjoy a good time for yourself and don't need to feel guilty about it.
However, resting is also one step of treatment. Create a calm atmosphere when going to sleep, do relaxation by taking a deep breath and exhale slowly, and do not try hard to sleep. Let your body relax and let your mind float. Don't worry about how much sleep you have left and get enough sleep. Consumption of warm milk before going to sleep, and exercise in the afternoon to make the body more easily rested. So, hopefully answering your question.