The freedom of choice during sleep is that we are able to control the interruption of communication with the outside world during sleep and to control our need for immersion in sleep.
Neurosis is the most common form of sleep disturbance. Conflicts of a personal and social plan lead to an increase in neurosis: the contradiction of the desired and the actual, duty and desire, an attempt to foresee the circumstances and at the same time the impossibility of bringing it to a result.
The tendency to neurotic disorders is manifested in such psychotypes:
1. With the presence of autonomic disorders, irritable, with excessive claims, a tendency to aggravate the objective and subjective causes of problems. Sleep disorders in such people do not always occur as a result of a problem situation.
2. Impulsive nature. Such a person has trouble sleeping due to the hysterical need to stay awake. The desire for activity is not combined with the state of drowsiness, a person does not accept it and loses emotional balance.
3. Ambitious pretty young people who are afraid to fail in the implementation of their far-reaching plans.
The basis of sleep disorders in these psychotypes is a conflicting basis. A provoking factor is also systematically repeated incidents in life and a high level of sensitivity.
The reasons for the development of sleep disturbances are revealed during a detailed examination
• The emergence of insomnia can be promoted by forced wakefulness in difficult circumstances.
Such a cause as fear of insomnia and difficulty falling asleep contribute to insomnia. Therapeutic measures can aggravate the psychological situation by the fact that the effect of treatment can be either short-term or insignificant. Psychological discomfort from disappointment in the success of treatment closes the circle of sleep disturbances.
Neglected disease. Untimely access to a doctor, experiments with sleeping pills and sedatives provoke a running problem of insomnia.
• Insomnia can be caused genetically.
• Insomnia can cause pathological birth and difficult pregnancy.
• Nervous, physical and mental stress.
How a neurosis manifests
• Too long to fall asleep. A person is prevented from falling asleep by thoughts of recent unpleasant events. Vain attempts to distract from such thoughts lead to the opposite effect.
• The very thought of a sleepless night knocks the soil out of the way, in anticipation of a day without rest, only one problem is with a person: fall asleep by any means
• A very deep morning dawn is interrupted by the need to wake up and enter a new day.
A deep morning dream resembles a hypnotic one, awakening is difficult, a person cannot return to reality.
• In search of a comfortable sleeping position, a person turns from side to side, can get up, walk around the house, burn light.
• A man wakes up in the middle of the night. He feels suffocation, pain in the neck, numbness of limbs. Awakening occurs due to a small rustle about two hours after falling asleep, and then excruciating insomnia lasts long.
• Awakening too early. Continuing to sleep is impossible, heavy thoughts, headache and weakness prevail. Subsequently, the mood improves, and in the evening the charge of vivacity and a positive attitude returns.
How to find out that you have a neurosis
The first reason is sleep disturbances.
The second is complaints of a neurotic nature: fatigue, irritability, indifference, causeless anxiety. With such difficulty, simple things are given to such a person.
The third sign is increased suspiciousness from a young age, a constant feeling of guilt or inferiority, the belief that you are a constant object of criticism, although in reality this is not so.
In turn, suspiciousness is caused by a number of disorders of the nervous system and is detected by such physical conditions as:
Violation of motility of the intestinal tract
Tendency to allergies