Trouble Sleeping is a disorder associated with people who work shifts, particularly night shifts and find it difficult to manage their sleeping routines. When they work night shifts, they are required to stay alert and awake during the working hours and sleep during the day. When they are unable to manage both, then they can feel stress and other health issues and this condition is referred to as Trouble Sleeping.
HOW IS TROUBLE SLEEPING DIAGNOSED?
A General Physician diagnoses Trouble Sleeping by conducting a physical examination and asking questions about the sleep patterns.
HOW IS TROUBLE SLEEPING TREATED?
Treatment for sleeplessness depends on its cause. In some cases, at-home remedies or simple lifestyle changes can improve the quality of sleep. One may want to avoid caffeine and alcohol for at least eight hours before bed. Limit any daytime napping to 30 minutes. Keep bedroom dark and cool. Avoid stimulating activities before bedtime and allow seven to eight hours for sleep each night. Listening to soothing music and taking a hot bath before bedtime may also help. Keep a regular sleep schedule. If a medical condition or sleep disorder is causing problems, one would need treatment for the underlying condition.
DID YOU KNOW?
to much of caffeine and alcohol make it hard to sleep