Saya terkena INSOMNIA??erkk =.=
Assalamualaikum....Miss Lemon kena INSOMNIA??betoi ker??alamak,apa suda jd nie..adey,habis la...okeyh3,bhenti gabra semua..aku sbnrnya xtau pn apa nie insomnia just yg aku tau yg bnda alah nie adalah sejenis penyakit utk org yg xleh tdo...dan aku rasa aku kategori 2 sejak masuk sem baru nie...aku pun xtau kenapa...tapi sekarang mmg aku dh tak boleh nk tido...sejak test kesihatan ikan la aku jd cmnie...aduh...apa sebenarnya insomnia nie??aku pn xberapa nk tau cgt mlainkan la kalau insomnia nie salah satu dr penyakit2 ikan yg aku belajar atau bakteria,protozoa,isopod parasitizing,edwardcilliosis or....emmm lupa suda..otak jammed ngn oceanography...okeyh3!!stop sal study disitu...meh aku terangkan serba sedikit apa 2 insomnia yg aku search mggunakan cik google yg bijak bestari dan aku dgn penuh kerajinan baca dan menge"copy and paste"...read it or leave it :)(ihsan dr insomnia apa 2??
Firstly,what is insomnia?dlm bahasa omputih apa itu insomnia?
Insomnia is a sleep disorder in which a person experiences poor sleep or has trouble sleeping. Insomnia can involve:
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Difficulty staying asleep (that is, waking up many times during the night), without necessarily having had any difficulty falling asleep
- Waking up too early in the morning
- Not feeling refreshed after a night's sleep
Second,what causes insomnia?dlm bahasa omputihnya apa yg menyebabkan insomnia nie?
There are many possible causes of insomnia. Sometimes there is one main cause, but often several factors interacting together will cause a sleep disturbance. The causes of insomnia include:
Third,Is insomnia serious??dlm bahasa omputih insomnia 2 serius ker??
In many people, insomnia can be the result of:
- Anxiety, a condition in which individuals feel increased tension, apprehension, and feelings of helplessness, fear, worry, and uncertainty. This may be due to the effects that other people at work have on us, financial worries, concerns over relationships outside work or numerous other causes.
- Stress, or how effectively a person copes with any emotional, physical, social, economic, or other factor that requires a response or change.
- Depression, a mood disturbance characterized by feelings of sadness, despair, and discouragement.
In addition, a lack of a good night's sleep can lead to these very same psychological problems, and a vicious cycle can develop. Professional counseling from a doctor, therapist, or sleep specialist can help individuals cope with these conditions.
The physical causes of insomnia include the following:
- Hormonal changes in women. These include premenstrual syndrome, menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause.
- Decreased melatonin. The levels of melatonin, the hormone that helps control sleep, decrease as a person ages. By age 60, the body produces very little melatonin.
- Medical conditions. These include allergies, arthritis, asthma, heart disease, high blood pressure, hyperthyroidism, and Parkinson's disease.
For more detailed information about asthma, go to Asthma
For more detailed information about hyperthyroidism, go to Hyperthyroidism
- Pain. Pain and discomfort from a medical illness or injury often interfere with sleep.
- Genetics. Problems with insomnia do seem to run in some families, although researchers have yet to identify how genetics play a role.
- Other sleep disorders. These include sleep apnea (in which one temporarily stops breathing during sleep) and periodic leg and arm movements during sleep (in which one's muscles excessively twitch or jerk).
Temporary Events Or Factors
Short-term insomnia can be linked to events and factors that are often temporary, such as:
- Adjustment sleep disorder. This form of sleeplessness is a reaction to change or stress. It may be caused by a traumatic event such as an illness or loss of a loved one, or a minor event such as a change in the weather or an argument with someone.
- Jet lag. Air travel across time zones often causes brief bouts of insomnia.
- Working the night shift or long shifts. Individuals who work at night and those who work long shifts may have trouble adjusting their sleep habits.
- Medications. Insomnia can be a side effect of various medications, both prescription and over-the-counter.
- Overuse of caffeine and alcohol. Caffeine most commonly disrupts sleep. While a drink or two before bed may help a person relax, more than that can lead to fragmented sleep and wakefulness a few hours later.
- Environmental noise, extreme temperatures, or a change in a person's surrounding environment.
Insomnia can have physical and psychological effects. The consequences of insomnia include:
- Impaired mental functioning. Insomnia can affect concentration and memory, and can affect one's ability to perform daily tasks.
- Accidents. Insomnia endangers public safety by contributing to traffic and industrial accidents. Various studies have shown that fatigue plays a major role in automobile and machinery accidents. As many as 100,000 automobile accidents, accounting for 1,500 deaths, are caused by sleepiness.
- Stress and depression. Insomnia increases the activity of the hormones and pathways in the brain that cause stress, and changes in sleeping patterns have been shown to have significant affects on mood. Ongoing insomnia may be a sign of anxiety and depression.
- Heart disease. One study reported that people with chronic insomnia had signs of heart and nervous system activity that might put them at risk for heart disease.
- Headaches. Headaches that occur during the night or early in the morning may be related to a sleep disorder.
- Economic effects. Insomnia costs the U.S. an estimated $100 billion each year in medical costs and decreased productivity.
Lastly,how can i avoid insomnia??dlm bahasa omputihnya cmner ek nk elak insomnia??
- Learn to use physical and mental relaxation techniques.
- Establish a regular sleep schedule. This involves setting a regular bedtime and wake-up time and making every attempt to stick to it, including on the weekends. This will help to set the body's clock in a way that will make nighttime sleep deeper and more consistent.
- Avoid taking naps, especially in the afternoon.
- Exercise regularly during the day.
- Use the bed only for sleep and sex, not reading or watching television.
- If you do not fall asleep fairly quickly, get out of bed. Do not return until you are feeling drowsy.
- Try to reduce stress in your life, or find better ways to cope with stress.
- If it is noisy in your bedroom, introduce some form of "white noise" such as a rotating fan.
- Do not over-focus on falling asleep by watching the clock.
- Create a bedroom environment that is quiet, relaxing and peaceful.
- Set up a regular bedtime routine that revolves around an activity that helps you unwind.
- Avoid caffeine, and other stimulants, especially late in the day.
- Eliminate smoking. It has a detrimental effect on the lungs, heart, sinuses, and circulation, and it also interferes significantly with sleep, as nicotine is a stimulant that prevents the brain from resting. Cutting back on cigarette smoking may lead to nicotine withdrawal in the middle of the night, which can awaken you, so it is important to stop smoking completely.
- Avoid alcohol. Even if it helps you fall asleep quicker, it actually worsens insomnia by causing shallow, unrefreshing sleep.
so,korg dh tau kn apa 2 insomnia an??so kalau boleh elakkan insomnia nie..sbb penyakit 2 myb leh bwk effect2 lain okeyh...sayang korg :)
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