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Insomnia in Xuzhou: Three Misunderstandings in Treating Insomnia

Time:2022-09-26 00:45:41 author:Mental disorder Read:171次
Insomnia in Xuzhou: Three Misunderstandings in Treating Insomnia

Xuzhou Mental Health Service Station: Misunderstanding: The elderly do not sleep well. Older people's sleep is not as long and solid as younger ones. Insomnia specialist clinics show that now insomnia is no longer the "patent" of the elderly, and many young people between the ages of 35 and 55 constitute the main group of insomnia. There are five types of "culprits" that cause insomnia: physical factors, mental factors, disease factors, environmental factors, and drug factors. Among them, 55.9% suffer from insomnia due to psychological factors such as unpleasant mood and mental overwork. Because of physical factors such as intelligence, strong sense of responsibility, and thoughtfulness, accounting for 3.5%. The young and middle-aged people who are at the peak of their careers and life are the main "witnesses" of these two factors. Countermeasures: The root cause of insomnia is to violate the natural law of the earth's day and night alternation. The pace of modern life is getting faster and faster. To maintain a normal biological clock and natural laws, young and middle-aged people should remember to reduce unnecessary entertainment and nightlife, and sleep regularly. Adjust your mental state, give yourself some buffer time, and don't be too sensitive and meticulous. This is an important tip for getting a good night's sleep. Myth 2: Sleeping more and not dreaming means sleeping well. There are always such examples in life: some people have very little sleep for a long time, but they are full of energy; some people dozed off almost all day, but their spirits are always sluggish and exhausted. Therefore, the quality of sleep and sleep time are not proportional, and not dreaming does not mean sleep well. Medical data show that young people sleep 7 to 9 hours a night, children sleep 1 to 3 hours more, and the elderly sleep 1 to 3 hours less, which is enough. Sleeping with dreams indicates that the brain has a good memory function, which is a sign of health. In a sense, the dreamer is likely to be a long-lived person. Countermeasures: High-quality sleep mainly refers to falling asleep within half an hour and basically staying awake all night. In addition, sleep time mainly refers to 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. Sleeping at this stage is most in line with the law of yin and yang in nature, and it is advisable to ensure a good sleep. If the average person has insomnia for two consecutive weeks and has obvious symptoms of dizziness the next day; or if the insomnia lasts more than 3 times a week for a month, that is insomnia and must go to a specialist outpatient clinic for treatment. Myth 3: Take some sleeping pills if you can't sleep. In fact, not everyone who can't sleep needs to take sleeping pills. Most people experience short-term insomnia due to noisy environments, rhythm disturbances, and changes in sleeping locations, but this type of insomnia does not require sleeping pills. Even insomnia patients should take medicine according to the specific cause, rather than taking medicine like "catching a basket is a vegetable". Scientific experiments have proved that pregnant women, lactating women, the elderly and infirm, those with heart, liver, and kidney dysfunction, sleep-disordered breathing, acute angle-closure glaucoma and myasthenia gravis patients, and drinkers should not take any sleeping pills. Countermeasures: Before using sleeping pills, be sure to find the cause of insomnia, and take it under the guidance of a doctor. In order to avoid long-term addiction to sleeping pills and reduce the therapeutic effect, patients alternately take two to three sleeping pills for several days in a row and stop for one day. After effective, the number of consecutive days can be gradually reduced. Finally take the method of taking it for a day or even two days until it is completely stopped. In addition, children generally do not need sleeping pills; for the elderly, the dosage should be smaller.


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