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I Have Way Too Much Sleepiness How Can I Reduce Sleep
Slowly and: Progressively. The amount is sleep each person needs is quite individual. You are very likely getting the specific amount of sleep your body needs. There are many adults who need 9-10 hours of sleep to be able to function optimally. There are societal bragging rights to getting only 4 hours sleep per day. Don't let them fool you. Ask your doctor or see a sleep specialist about adjusting. ...Read more
It's exam time, but i'm too sleepy every time i want to be in bed what can I do to reduce my sleeping?
Use good sleep: Hygiene. 1. Keep a regular bedtime & wakening time (to include weekends). Get up the same time each day, regardless of what time you fell asleep. 2. Make a regular, relaxing bedtime routine. Relaxing rituals prior to bedtime many include a warm bath or shower, aroma therapy, reading, or listening to gentle music. 3. Sleep in a dark, quiet, cool room on comfortable mattress & pillows. ...Read more
How much amount of sleep is normal? I can sleep for 10 hours straight and still feel sleepy after that
Varies: Sleep needs can vary per person and per season. However, for a 42 year old it seems that 10 hours and still feeling tired is too much. Your quality of sleep may not be good - sleep apnea? restless legs? Do you snore? Hypothyroidism and depression can also contribute to tiredness. I would rule these issues out with your MD. ...Read more
I am feeling very sleepy for better beriod of day. I am sleeping 7-8 hrs day these days. I am 25 years old. How much is sufficient sleep?
I sometimes feel tired and sleepy when studying.I already sleep six hours a day. Do I need to exercise or do something? how much time is proper?thanks
Is it normal if I had a lot of French fries for lunch then got a bit sleepy? I didn't eat much for breakfast and I didn't sleep that well last night.
I feel really sleepy , I can't sleep much at night only after 5.am and I wake up at 11,12 in afternoon so I get about 7 hours Asleep,is it not enough?
That's fine if...: If a person works the 3 - 11 p.m. shift, and then does other things until about 5 a.m., it's fine to sleep 5 a.m. to noon. Otherwise, there may be a problem... one that a trip to the primary care doctor can help figure out. It is hard to make a person fall asleep. So, to reset a sleep schedule, it is easier to set the WAKE-UP time earlier each day until the desired proper WAKE-UP time is reached. ...Read more
Shift work?: Why do you want to go to sleep so early? I suspect you have either shift work or a planned trip. Use of melatonin can help you get sleepy earlier. Make sure you don't expose yourself to bright lights for several hours before you want to sleep. Don't eat close to bedtime or exercise late. Avoid caffeine or energy drinks. ...Read more
Can't sleep: Talk to your doctor about this & see if you need assessed for secondary insomnia (insomnia due to other organic or psychological factors) which can be treated. Meanwhile you can try the sleep hygiene techniques. Also, may need referral to a neurologist for sleep studies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Are you napping? Do you have a problem sitting in a car for long periods with the feeling that your legs want to move by themselves? Possibly you just have a lot on your mind and just have a hard time turning it off to relax. If it continues you should talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Snore, overweight: The most common reason is if you snore or are overweight. You won't go into uninterrupted deep sleep which is needed for proper rest. Also, you could be dropping your oxygen level during sleep which will put stress on your body. See a sleep specialist for a formal sleep evaluation. ...Read more
Testing limits is : her job at 2; your job is to set limits for important things like a consistent bedtime. An hour before that time, let her choose her pj's, give her a warm bath, brush her teeth. Let her choose the story you read her. Put her in bed when she's drowsy, but awake. If you completely & consistently ignore her protests as they get longer & louder in an attempt to get your attention, they will stop. ...Read more
Depends partly on: previous use of this med or other opioids.30mg of hydrocodone is a pretty substantial dose even for people used to taking it, but if you are new to taking opioids it could suppress your respiratory drive (breathing) to dangerously low levels. You should have someone monitor you. Please at least make someone aware of what you have taken and how you feel, if not actually seeking medical attention. ...Read more
Determine the cause: There are many possible reasons for being sleepy all day so you need to see a good doctor (preferably holistic/integrative) for a thorough evaluation. Possible causes include poor quality sleep, sleep apnea, allergies/food allergies, low thyroid or adrenal function, poor diet/hypoglycemia, anemia, depression, heavy metal toxicity, mold & chronic infections.You need to find the cause to treat it! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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