Why you feel bad in the morning, and what to do about it

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If you wake up in the morn­ing feel­ing over­whelmed, with a headache or nau­sea, you are not alone. This con­di­tion can have many rea­sons. For­tu­nate­ly, most of them are not dif­fi­cult to deal with. What affects the body and does not allow us to prop­er­ly relax? Read the Healthy­in­fo arti­cle.

Hangover

This is one of the obvi­ous rea­sons — if in the evening a lot of “take on the chest”, then in the morn­ing you will feel so-so. And although many have expe­ri­enced it for them­selves, not every­one has expe­ri­enced a hang­over headache.

When blood alco­hol lev­els begin to return to nor­mal dur­ing sleep, unpleas­ant symp­toms appear. Headaches from a hang­over are not due to one rea­son: dehy­dra­tion, which caus­es alco­hol, can affect, and blood ves­sels can dilate — alco­hol has such an effect.

Along with a headache, there may be a feel­ing of fatigue, weak­ness and dizzi­ness, thirst and dry­ness of the mucous mem­branes, tachy­car­dia. In gen­er­al, you should drink in mod­er­a­tion, but it is bet­ter not to drink at all.

morning migraine attack

morning migraine attack

Migraine occurs in the world in every tenth per­son. It is man­i­fest­ed by a headache, but not only: visu­al dis­tur­bances, sen­si­tiv­i­ty to smells, light, sound, nau­sea and vom­it­ing can join it. Such attacks last from 4 hours to three days.

Most often, as experts say, the attack begins in the ear­ly morn­ing, but it can be the oth­er way around. Migraines may or may not be pre­ced­ed by an aura. Women are three times more like­ly to have migraines than men, which is relat­ed to hor­mones. Hor­mones are also asso­ci­at­ed with men­stru­al migraine attacks.

Fact!

A headache in the morn­ing can also be a bout of ten­sion pain — the kind that usu­al­ly over­takes at the end of the work­ing day. This pain is often asso­ci­at­ed with depres­sion.

If you are already accus­tomed to wak­ing up with a headache, you need to see a doc­tor.

sleep apnea

In sleep apnea, the mus­cles in the throat spasm and pre­vent air from pass­ing through, dis­rupt­ing breath­ing. Oth­er signs of sleep apnea include morn­ing dry mouth, snor­ing, feel­ing “bro­ken”, weak­ness, lack of sleep, fre­quent wak­ing at night, includ­ing going to the toi­let.

Sleep apnea is dan­ger­ous: it’s not just snor­ing that dis­turbs oth­ers. Due to con­stant hypox­ia, the blood sup­ply to the brain and the work of the heart are dis­rupt­ed. By the way, snor­ing can be qui­et or com­plete­ly absent.

Fact!

Sci­en­tists from the Tyu­men Sci­en­tif­ic Car­di­ol­o­gy Cen­ter clar­i­fy: sleep apnea is direct­ly relat­ed to an increased risk of coro­nary heart dis­ease and death from myocar­dial infarc­tion, stroke, arrhyth­mias and heart con­duc­tion dis­or­ders.

Sleep apnea can and should be treat­ed: there are a num­ber of devices and inter­ven­tions that can help you breathe nor­mal­ly while you sleep.

Sleep disturbance or disorder

Sleep disturbance or disorder

The con­nec­tion between sleep and feel­ing unwell in the morn­ing can be two-way. Some­times it’s dif­fi­cult to fall asleep due to malaise, and some­times it’s the oth­er way around – poor sleep pre­vents the body from recov­er­ing. And this is man­i­fest­ed not only in the feel­ing of lack of sleep.

    Insomnia can be the cause of some forms of chronic headaches, including attacks in the morning. Disturbances in circadian rhythms can also provoke a headache in the morning.
    Sleep inertia is another interesting condition that can cause discomfort with difficult awakening, weakness, and irritability. “Bad” morning becomes in this case, if a person wakes up in the phase of slow sleep. As a rule, he feels overwhelmed and does not remember what he dreamed about before waking up. This inertia lasts an average of 15–30 minutes.
    Although it is believed that 7–8 hours of sleep is enough for adults, even with such a norm, you can chronically not get enough sleep: sometimes lack of sleep accumulates for weeks, or bedtime occurs later than individual needs (sleeping up to 12 hours gives more rest), or you just sleep is above average. In any case, this lack of sleep will affect your well-being. For starters, try to get enough sleep and start going to bed early.

depressive disorder

Morn­ing mood­i­ness is one of the symp­toms of depres­sion. More­over, this is more com­mon in endoge­nous depres­sive dis­or­der, caused not by stress­ful sit­u­a­tions and emo­tion­al fac­tors, but by dis­tur­bances in the func­tion­ing of the body. Either way, you need a doc­tor.

Iron-deficiency anemia

Weak­ness in the morn­ing may indi­cate iron defi­cien­cy ane­mia. It is easy to find out — you just need to do a blood test. Treat­ment of ane­mia is car­ried out with iron prepa­ra­tions, but you should not run to the phar­ma­cy: the ther­a­pist should choose the dose, course and method of admin­is­ter­ing the drug (some­times only intra­venous admin­is­tra­tion helps).

Too much food

Too much food

If you work all night instead of sleep­ing, it is not sur­pris­ing that in the morn­ing you will not want to leave the bed. The same applies to the gas­troin­testi­nal tract: if you load it more in the evening, it will take revenge. More­over, there will not always be addi­tion­al symp­toms of prob­lems with the diges­tive organs: more often this is man­i­fest­ed by weak­ness, weak­ness, irri­tabil­i­ty.

The worst choice for a late din­ner is fat­ty, meaty and starchy dish­es (pota­toes, pas­ta, etc.). It is bet­ter to kill the night worm with light pro­tein — dairy prod­ucts, lean bird breast (and tryp­to­phan, which is rich in turkey breast, will also help you fall asleep).

In addi­tion to fat­ty and heavy meals, there are oth­er sleep dis­turbers that, at first glance, are not at all harm­ful to eat at night. Read about them in the arti­cle “10 healthy foods that keep you awake at night.”

Medications

We are not talk­ing about those drugs that have pos­si­ble sleep dis­tur­bances in the instruc­tions — peo­ple usu­al­ly know about such invig­o­rat­ing side effects and drink these med­i­cines in the morn­ing (they also include a num­ber of herbal prepa­ra­tions with lemon­grass, eleuthe­ro­coc­cus, etc.). How­ev­er, few peo­ple are aware that morn­ing weak­ness with a headache can occur due to painkillers. Espe­cial­ly for those who are prone to headaches and drink a lot of pills. An attack usu­al­ly over­takes imme­di­ate­ly after the alarm clock rings.

Fact!

For chron­ic headaches, tak­ing pain med­ica­tion more than 2–3 days a week can have the oppo­site effect. Con­sult a doc­tor!

Inflammation of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ)

This joint is locat­ed at the junc­tion of the cra­ni­um and low­er jaw. He may expe­ri­ence an increased load with increased love for chew­ing gum, night­ly grind­ing of teeth, emo­tion­al states due to which a per­son tight­ly clenched his teeth, as well as with mal­oc­clu­sion. And its inflam­ma­tion caus­es a headache in the morn­ing.

Addi­tion­al signs are clicks in this joint, pain and swelling, “jam­ming” of the low­er jaw. Inflam­ma­tion of the TMJ can hurt not only the head, but also the neck and face.

Russ­ian sci­en­tists (Bul­letin of Den­tistry) indi­cate that in 75% of cas­es of brux­ism — night­ly grind­ing of teeth that destroys the TMJ, psy­cho-emo­tion­al caus­es of the pathol­o­gy are revealed.

Pregnancy

Pregnancy

Morn­ing sick­ness is one of the signs of first trimester preg­nan­cy. So nau­sea and vom­it­ing, and with them headache and weak­ness, may require a preg­nan­cy test.

Drop in blood sugar

Or hypo­glycemia: it can hap­pen with­out dia­betes if a per­son fol­lows the inter­mit­tent fast­ing trend or skips din­ner. It can man­i­fest itself as weak­ness, dizzi­ness, irri­tabil­i­ty, nau­sea and headache. It is treat­ed with a piece of sug­ar, can­dy or sweet fruit.

Low pressure

Pos­tur­al hypoten­sion — a drop in blood pres­sure when an upright posi­tion — is not a rare con­di­tion. It man­i­fests itself with a slight attack of dizzi­ness when get­ting out of bed, irri­tabil­i­ty, mild nau­sea and headache can be added. In the long term, it is treat­ed with an active lifestyle with car­dio train­ing, a hot show­er or tea with sug­ar helps to quick­ly improve well-being.

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Break­fast will improve your mood: when food enters the body, the body releas­es endor­phins in grat­i­tude. How­ev­er, not every­thing is worth eat­ing: read about it in the arti­cle “Break­fasts you need to stop eat­ing”.

By Yraa

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