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Difficulties to fall asleep

Answered by: Dr Ramzdhan

Last Updated: November 29, 2020 1:00 AM
Anonymous 58 days

Hello I am a 45 years old woman, since yesterday I have difficulties to fall asleep, I don’t feel sleepy at all, not even a little bit. Not even yawning. I feel fresh even at night. I can’t fall asleep in daytime or nightime no matter how hard I force myself. I don’t feel stress. I’m not tired. But why I feel like this?

Dr Ramzdhan 58 days
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Hi and thank you for asking us

Through the question and statement you gave on the above section, i completely understand your concern over this matter. For your information, there are a few causes that could lead to insomnia such as:

  • stress
  • travel or work schedule that causes your sleep schedule to be disturbed such as late night shifts or jet lag
  • uncomfortable sleeping environment
  • napping during the day
  • using your bed for work, eat or watching tv can cause disturbance in your sleep
  • eating too much before sleep
  • anxiety disorder
  • if you’re on medication such as asthma or antidepressants
  • medical conditions such as thyroid problems
  • caffeine or tea

Get a good rest with a restful sleep.

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