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Not Only Difficult to Sleep, It's Another Sign You Have Insomnia

Many who think the symptoms of insomnia are insomnia at night. However, in fact there are many things that indicate that you experience insomnia. Yes, insomnia does not only happen to you who have trouble falling asleep at night, you know. The person who suddenly wakes up in the middle of the night and can't continue it can be called insomnia. So, what types of insomnia are there?

Having trouble sleeping at night is not the only sign of insomnia

Actually, insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by difficulty starting to sleep and maintaining it. So, there are three types of insomnia, namely:

  • Early insomnia aka insomnia comes when you want to sleep. Yes, because of this insomnia you will have trouble sleeping even though your body is very tired.
  • Middle insomnia or insomnia that occurs in the middle of sleep. You who experience this disorder will wake up when you sleep and have more difficulty continuing. In addition, you will also often wake up at night.
  • Late insomnia is insomnia which makes you wake up early and unable to continue sleeping again.

So, not only is it difficult to sleep at night which is included in insomnia, but also various things such as waking up in each sleep session can also be called sleep disorders.

There is also acute insomnia and chronic insomnia

In addition to these three types, insomnia is also grouped based on how long this disorder appears. Therefore, there is acute insomnia and chronic insomnia. Well, if you have trouble sleeping at night when certain conditions, such as before the exam or because of the demands of office work, then including acute insomnia. Calm down, this happens naturally and maybe many people have experienced it. Usually, causes of acute insomnia such as:

  • stressed and depressed
  • having a cold, headache and fever
  • unsupportive environmental conditions, such as too bright light or extreme weather
  • disturbed sleep schedule, for example because of jet lag after a long trip or being adapted to a night shift work

If you can treat these conditions immediately, usually acute insomnia does not require special treatment. For example, when you have completed the demands of work, those of you who have trouble falling asleep, can sleep soundly without interruption.

However, if this situation persists for a long time, this could be chronic insomnia. Chronic insomnia is a sleep disorder that occurs 3 times a week and stays for 3 months. Well, the cause of people having trouble sleeping at night due to chronic insomnia is very diverse. Some conditions that can cause chronic insomnia are:

  • Poor sleep habits such as not having regular sleep
  • Post-traumatic stress that causes frequent awakening in the middle of sleep
  • Long-term anxiety that causes many thoughts when going to sleep
  • Deep depression and sadness
  • Other clinical health conditions such as cancer, diabetes, lung disease, and others.

Other Symptoms felt by Chronic Insomnia Patients

Sleep is a very important human need. Suffering from chronic insomnia can affect various aspects of life. People with chronic insomnia will usually feel the following:

  • Excessive fatigue
  • Worry
  • Emotional
  • Difficulty focusing and concentration
  • Difficulty working
  • Difficulty learning

So do you experience insomnia? Do you experience insomnia including chronic insomnia? Unlike acute insomnia, chronic insomnia is difficult to heal without special treatment.

To deal with chronic insomnia several ways that can be done is by CBT-I and applying sleep hygiene. People with chronic insomnia should immediately consult their sleep problems so that their quality of life is maintained.

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