Didn't sleep well because of insufficient sleep time?
Research shows that: Taking 18-64 years old adults as an example, most people need 7-9 hours of sleep every night. Of course, the recommended length of sleep time also needs to be combined with the actual situation of the individual. For example, some people have to sleep for 10 hours, and some people sleep for 6 hours is enough.
As long as you wake up in the morning with a clear mind, high work efficiency and energetic energy, it means that you have enough sleep.
What happens to our body when dreaming occurs?
Our sleep can be divided into rapid eye movement sleep (REM) and non-rapid eye movement sleep (NREM). During night sleep, NREM and REM appear alternately, a single cycle lasts 90-120 minutes, and there are about 4-5 cycles per night.
The NREM period is characterized by a slowdown in systemic metabolism and no obvious eye movement period. REM is a special sleep state. In the REM phase, the whole body metabolism is accelerated, and the eyeballs move quickly under the eyelids. Most dreams occur in the REM phase.
Taking an adult sleep for 8 hours at night as an example, the NREM period first enters from being awake, the first REM period occurs after NREM lasts for 80-120 minutes, and the next NREM sleep period occurs after a few minutes, and the sleep cycle of NREM and REM is repeated in turn.
Can you remember your dream, did you not sleep well?
Studies have found that dreams generally occur in the REM period. Based on 8 hours of sleep, the REM sleep period at night is about 2 hours. In other words, the average time for each of us to dream is about 2 hours at night.
Then why do some people do not remember their dreams, but some people remember them as new?
The answer is: we are in a different sleep cycle when we wake up.
Remembering the dream at night can only indicate that the sleep cycle you are in when you wake up is the REM sleep period. It does not mean that you have not fallen asleep and have not rested well.
I feel tired and dreamy after waking up. What should I pay attention to?
If you wake up in the morning and remember the dream without any other discomfort, you don’t have to worry about it.
Occasionally, I wake up in the morning and find that I have dreamed all night. At the same time, I feel tired, dizzy, and have difficulty concentrating during the day. Generally, there is no need to worry too much. Most of them are physiological reactions; but if the above situation occurs repeatedly or persists Need to pay attention to:
1. Emotional Disorders
2. Sleep apnea syndrome
3. Lung Diseases
Is there any way to improve sleep?
First of all, poor sleep quality caused by diseases requires timely consultation with a specialist
Regular work and rest periods can improve sleep quality.
Avoid taking coffee and alcohol before going to bed.
Avoid eating too much food and water before going to bed.
Avoid using mobile phones, computer and other electronic products for a long time before going to bed.
Avoid exercising before going to bed, especially strenuous physical exercise. If you want to exercise, it is best to do it more than 4-5 hours before bedtime.
It is recommended to do meditation and simple breathing exercises before going to bed to reduce stress and tension in the body, reduce hormone levels, and promote sleep.
Try to stay relaxed and relaxed before going to bed. Finally, I hope everyone can have a good night!
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