Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Having trouble getting up from bed in the morning?

Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Dysania is the term used to indicate the state of finding it hard to get out of bed in the morning. It is a morning phenomenon lasting for about 1-2 hours after awakening during which time the person is too exhausted to drag out of bed, achy and stiffy in the joints and mentally foggy.

Another clinical symptoms that correlate this phenomenon is Avolition. Avolition indicates lack of motivation, energy, or drive in a general sense such as not exerting the ability to rise from bed in the morning. This is may be a symptom of numerous physical illnesses and deficiencies that produce fatigue and characteristics of negative symptoms of psychiatric conditions.

Apathy. This is the term used in which a person has the capacity to function at optimal energy levels, but for a behavioral reason, demonstrates no initiative or interest in any activity or social interaction.This is more pertinent in mental or personality disorders.

 Inadequate sleep and insomnia are common etiologies of avolition in particular, and could be indicative of a sleep disorder or anergia depression, both of which require prompt medical attention.

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