Overview Of Dysania

Dysania is described as the state of finding it hard to get out of bed in the morning.

Those who suffer from it will find it hard to leave the bed in the morning, and it’s a lot more than sleepiness.

Even if those affected have slept for hours longer than recommended, they can still find it difficult to leave their bed.

They will also feel a longing for their bed and to be back in it once they’re out.

Dysania isn’t recognized as a formal condition yet, but it is a term that is still occasionally used by medical professionals.

Those who suffer from Dysania typically have a serious mental health condition, such as depression.

Exams & Tests

A good litmus test for whether or not you suffer from dysania – and something else, by extension – is to write out specific words to describe how you feel when it’s time to get out of bed. If you find it difficult, tiresome, frustrating, or challenging, you’re probably like the rest of the population and just dealing with classic morning fatigue. However, if you find the experience stressful, anxious, overwhelming, or even debilitating, it’s probably a good idea to talk to your doctor to see if there’s another underlying condition that might be feeding into a feeling of dysania.

Treatment Of Dysania

While there is no official treatment or cure for those suffering from dysania, there are some small steps that can be taken to try and reduce the symptoms.

Using sleep cycle apps, going to sleep a lot earlier than normal, or even using different alarms could help you out of bed.