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I am unable to sleep properly, in the middle of night my sleep is getting Disturbed and from then, I am unable to sleep.
I am 26 year old boy. I have a problem that I have been working in the night as a hotel manager for the last 3 years. When I do not get sleep during the day my hands and legs get swollen.
My meal times are not proper n sometimes I just consume just 2 heavy meals a day. N I workout on daily basis. But unfortunately at night m not able to sleep early I sleep around 1.30 to 2 o clock or 3 at midnight. Can you please help me tell what to do so that I feel tired n sleepy by around 12 at night? Please help.
Hi doctor, I am 26 years old. Male. For the past 7 to 8 months I am unable to sleep properly. My sleep is getting braked every 3 ~4 hrs. I want to sleep peacefully. Tell me any home remedies. Pls its really feeling upset during day because of lack of peaceful sleep.
I am felling poor sleep now is it sign of relapse or not proper treatment. I am doing all remedies like exercise a definite time of sleep wake cycle. I ate medicine three time 1 time clocit5, klon then I cured it was due to after doing hard labour not selection in medical college. After some month break up with my girlfriend ye bimari sath hi hone tha I was not in position to forget her at all. Then I again went to the treatment my doctor gave me triwin c plus for three month then I cured at all. Nothing to maintain anything like sleep cycle exercise bilkul think ho gya. But after 8 month it started again mere sath aisa kuch incident bhi nhi hua tha I was eating talking normal but problem was sleep disturbance in night then I again went for treatment amitriptlne chlorobenza 25 mg for six month then I cured now after nine month of left this medicine now I am feeling poor sleep what should I do. Should I go again for treatment. Or should I go ahead in my life with this poor sleep. Mujhe kuchh samajh me nhi aa rha if I say this family again all my family member will trouble. I do not want to do this. So I decided to go ahead with poor sleep in my life is it right is it affect on my health what should I do. Kya bar bar medicine khana sahi hai kuch to hoga jisse mai puri tarah think ho jau this is affecting my study I am not understanding what should I do.
Tips for a well deserved good night's Sleep.
• Sleep and wake up at the same time everyday, eg- if you set your time to sleep at 9 pm and wake up at 7 am , and even if that night you don’t fall asleep at nine and end up sleeping late and get 2 or 3 hours of sleep it is ok just wake up at 7
• Don’t change the time . No snoozing.
• Never sleep during day time.
• Keep your room dark
• Use eye mask , it is said that it helps in the rapid eye movement phase and helps you sleep better. The eye mask should fit you well but not cause pressure on eye . not too tight. You can find it in any store , airports and online.
• Keep your room clutter free
• Use you need only for sleep and sex .meaning no working and studying on it.
• Do not use any electronic gadgets 2 to 3 hrs before sleep eg- your phone , laptop, electronic reading equipment , TV etc. They cause a major problem in onset of sleep .
• Do not exercise, just before sleeping , it will activate your body. Better to finish gym etc 3 to 4 hrs before sleep or even best better done in the morning.
• Do not have any caffeinated beverage post 4 pm. Avoid energy drinks
• If you read before sleeping stick to old fashion of reading a book.
• Do not being up disturbing topics for discussion during bed time . Better done during day .
• Have a warm glass of milk of banana ( avoid if you are diabetic ) before bedtime .
• Do not at any cost take alcohol or other drug paraphernalia for sleep.
This process has to be followed for a couple of weeks without interruption. And when it Becomes a part of your routine, your sleep cycle will be set right.
If all this does not help then please seek help of a psychiatrist
Hi Doctor. I do nice shift for 14 days every month. But after that even if I am not doing night shift. I am not able to sleep before 2 am. Please suggest.
Im 21 years old, from 4 months ago after waling up from my night sleep in the morning I started to feel a bit of pain in my right side of my lower back the pain could be felt anywhere travelling between my back side of ribs to the ending of my lower back, but not in the hips at all. It still persists I thought it might be a strain which will go in some time (as I have heard strains automatically go in 4-5 months) but this pain is very bad sometimes I mean to say suddenly for 3-4 or 5-8 days this pain will vanish but I stay at my home all day for 3 to 4 days continuously then it starts again and so badly that its hard to make movements while im laying down (points to be noted- I do not feel any pain while walking, running, playing) it do not bother me at all but if going to sleep or sitting for long time it pains at that side very badly I think I have lordosis coz my lower back curve is more slightly bent than normal but please reply and help,
How to get a good sleep in the night. In order to feel fresh and active in morning. Or any health energy supplement?
Hi I'm 30 years working male, recently I started preparing for some exams to up my career, but whenever Im reading, start feeling sleepy within few minutes even if it's daytime, I do not feel this way when I read novels (I can read for hours together if it's good). I don't know what to do. Tried splashing cold water, changing posture etc, please help it's very important to crack those exams.
Hello Dr. I have bad dreams in night sometimes once in a week sometimes two or three times in week pls tell me the causes of nightmare and the treatment for it?
Hyper somnolence or hypersomnia is a condition that leads to constant daytime fatigue and drowsiness as well as prolonged night time sleeps. In this condition, the patient will usually go through repeated bouts of sleep, which he or she will not be able to resist without proper treatment and intervention. This condition makes patients take naps throughout the day even after a long and unhindered sleep throughout the night. Patterns of excessive drowsiness will begin to set in at the most inopportune times including meal times and even in the middle of a conversation. While there is no scientifically or medically proven cause for the onset of this ailment, it is known to affect adolescents more than adults. Read on to know more about the symptoms and treatment of this condition.
Symptoms: The patients suffering from this condition will experience a variety of other symptoms in addition to the constant state of drowsiness. These symptoms include anxiety, which may even go to a severe level if it is not treated properly and on time. Also, the patient may experience restlessness and a sense of increased irritation even in the most normal, everyday situations due to a perceived lack of sleep and constant state of drowsiness. Loss of appetite and hallucinations may also begin to plague patients who suffer from this condition on a chronic and prolonged basis without proper treatment. Slow thinking and slow speech are other symptoms that will start to set in with time as well.
Social Situations: In many social and personal situations, the patient may begin to lose basic functionality because of the constant urge to sleep. The patient’s interactions on a social platform may begin to deteriorate due to the lack of coherent thinking and speaking as well as the sense of irritability and restlessness displayed.
Medication: In most cases, it is best to go about this condition by treating the symptoms with medication prescribed by a doctor. The doctor may prescribe stimulant medication that will help in keeping the system awake for longer periods at a time. The doctor will also stress on the time of the day when these must be ingested so that nighttime sleep is not affected in any way. These medicines include amphetamines, which are usually prescribed for patients suffering from ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. This medicine is usually given in controlled doses so as to keep the patient alert for longer periods of time. Other medicines include clonidine, antidepressants, bromocriptine, monoamine oxidase inhibitors and levodopa.
Therapy: Behavioural therapy is also known to make a marked difference in such cases, which helps in regulating and normalizing the sleep patterns.