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Insomnia vs Research Scholars | Sleep Deprivation Effects

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The whole day spent in the laboratory, countless hours spent in front of the computer is just a daily routine for a research scholar. Many researchers struggling with factors such as critical thinking, keen concentration on observations, research paper writing, reading articles, working on deadlines and so on. These things make scholars more stressed and lead to a sleepless night (Insomnia).

In this article, we are going to find out, what is insomnia and how it will affect the sleep of a research scholar.

What is Insomnia?

  “Can’t you sleep at night?  Are you feeling difficult to sleep?”
This article is for you
  • Insomnia is a sleep disorder that makes you stay sleepless during night time.
  • Sleeping is an important part of every human, different people required different amounts of sleep.
  • Your quality of sleep is not measured by the amount of time you lay on the bed. if you feel fatigued or drowsy during the daytime, you may be experiencing insomnia.
  • Yes, Insomnia is a difficult condition to determine.

Symptoms of Insomnia

  • Feeling fatigued or drowsiness in the morning.
  • Difficult to sleep though you are feeling very tired. 
  • Relying on sleeping tablets to get sleep.
  • Waking up frequently during sleep.
  • Difficult to getting back to sleep in the morning.
  • Waking up too early in the morning.
  • Too much depression or anxiety in your research work.

Two Types of insomnia

Primary condition 

  • During this, people face sleeping related problem but it will not affect their health condition.

Secondary condition 

  • During this, students face sleeping issues due to various health problems like depression, pain, and medication usage.

How to Avoid Insomnia?

In order to avoid sleeping deprivation effects, researchers need to follow these necessary steps.

  • Avoid late-night research activities.
  • Schedule your work according to your sleeping time.
  • Avoid using a laptop or mobile phone 1 hour before going to bed.
  • Avoid Tea, Coffee kind of beverages after your supper. 
  • Try to practice meditation.
  • If you are suffering from any chronic disease, take proper medicines as per the doctors prescription.
what is insomnia
Tired minds don’t plan well. Sleep first, plan later.

Hope this will help you to maintain your health as well as improve your concentration on research work.

love your health!

love your research!

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