Feeling sleepy in the day?

Somnolence . Can have a variety of causes. Sleep apnoea among others might be important to exclude. Needs a consultation with a gp and/or consideration of tests.
Try Sleep hygiene. This is a simple concept. Make it the most optimal circumstance to get to sleep. Exercise regularly, morning may be best. Low sugar and caffeine intake and not later in the day. Earlier dinner and avoid stress if possible at night. When you are ready to go to bed read or watch TV but not in bed. Only get into bed when you are ready to sleep. There are other things like white noise machines.

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How can I sleep better? I can go to sleep easily but I usually wake up earlier in the morning and can't get back to sleep. Feeling sleepy in the day

Terminal insomnia. How many hours are you sleeping? Sometimes daytime naps, stress and lack of excercise makes it difficult to have a restful sleep. Follow good sleep hygiene and discuss with your physician. Read more...
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What could be the reason that I am feeling sleepy during the day?

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My bf been feeling sleepy the whole day and when he tries to sleep. He keep waking up in the middle of his sleep. How can he overcome this problem?

He needs to see a . Sleep specialist for an evaluation including an overnight polysomnogram. Sleep apnea, narcolepsy and idiopathic CNS hypersomnolence are diagnostic considerations. On a more personal note, i was in the first group of american students to visit lviv in 1977. I will never forget the incredible hospitality and the great fun we all had dancing late into the night. Many thanks to the kind people of lviv. Best wishes. Read more...

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