There are times when the body up in the morning only to find the body still not so fresh as sleep deprivation, whereas hours of sleep is normal. If you experience this, it could be having trouble sleeping last night but did not realize. To detect it, there are some things that can be considered.
Although the number of hours of sleep enough, the body will still feel sore and weak the next day when his sleep disturbed. Unfortunately, this disorder is often difficult to know because when you sleep your body is in a state of unconsciousness. If common, beware of productivity can be compromised.
As reported by MSN.com, Monday (24/09/2012) The following is the seventh sign of the existence of unconscious sleep disorders:
1. Waking up with a bad taste in the mouth
Symptoms of mouth feel bad in the morning could be a sign of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). A study showed that 25 percent of people who have poor sleep quality was experiencing GERD. But because the symptoms are less obvious, this disorder is not recognized.
Or an increase in gastric acid reflux causes most of the body awake even without symptoms of heartburn. The result is anxiety, not sleeping soundly, but indigestion was lost when awake. This condition is less influenced by ulcers and poor diet.
2. Often wake to urinate
Nocturia is the name of the disorder lie awake at night because of the desire to urinate. National Sleep Foundation estimates that as many as 65 percent of adults lacking sleep because of frequent urination at night.
Normally the body’s own natural processes to accommodate urine during sleep so the body can sleep 6-8 hours without waking. But with age, the body is less able to retain fluid so for a long time because of the decline of antidiuretic hormone.
To overcome this problem, avoid drinking fluids at least 3 hours before bedtime. Avoid foods that contain lots of water such as soups or fruits. Reduce consumption of coffee, tea and alcohol because the acid content in it can irritate the bladder.
3. Jaw or teeth collide
Teeth grinding during sleep is also called the bruxisme and an unconscious activity. Experts estimate there are 5 percent of people who realize that the couple tells bruxismenya disorders or dentist detects wear on the teeth. Clenched jaw is another form of bruxisme and more difficult to detect. The signs are woken up with pain or stiffness in the neck.
Bruxisme will tense jaw muscles that interfere with the process of relaxation is needed in order to sleep soundly. If you have, check with your dentist to find the cause and find a solution.
4. Mattresses and bedding mess
The bed was a mess when I woke up could be due to irregular movements during sleep. This may indicate a restless leg syndrome or restless leg syndrome. Until now, doctors do not know exactly what causes this sleep disorder. What is clear, this disorder is associated with a lack of deep sleep.
Consult your doctor to discuss symptoms and get a diagnosis. Several other diseases can trigger this disorder, such as diabetes, arthritis, peripheral neuropathy, anemia, thyroid disease and kidney problems. Try to consume plenty of iron and vitamin B. Both of these substances are known to be associated with restless leg syndrome.
5. Dry mouth or bad breath
If you encounter a smelly mouth when you wake up, try to find the drool on the pillow or in the corners of the mouth. This can occur because the body through the mouth breathing and snoring. As a result, the body does not get enough air to be able to relax. Severe snoring accompanied by gasping or snorting may indicate respiratory disturbances during sleep.
To overcome this, practice breathing through the nose. Most people tend to snore and breathe through your mouth when sleeping on your back. Use pillows to prop up one side of the body or use a tennis ball trick, which is putting a tennis ball in the back pocket of pajama pants for the body to sleep on without realizing it.
6. Feeling tired and sore throat or neck
This symptom is a sign of obstructive breathing disorder called sleep apnea. In these disorders, breathing stops for intervals of less than 10 seconds. Experts estimate 87 percent of people with this disorder are not aware of disorder.
Obstructive sleep apnea causes the throat to close and cut the flow of oxygen into the air so less fulfilled. As a result, the oxygen content in the blood decreases. When the brain does not get enough oxygen, the body will wake up with anxiety.
Weight gain is a key factor in this disorder. If you have this disorder, which met otolaryngologist will examine the nose, mouth and throat to see if anyone interferes with breathing and how to overcome them.
7. Get enough sleep but still sleepy
This is a circadian rhythm disorder symptoms or biological clock. The reason is the irregular sleep patterns, staying under the bright lights, work shift schedule, using computers and other devices on the bed, as well as exposure to light during sleep.
Try to sleep the same regular schedule all week. Whenever possible, avoid staring at the screen of electronic devices at least 1 hour before bedtime. Do not use bright light reading before bed. Do not forget to turn off the room lights while sleeping.