"The effects of Insomnia to Senior High School Students of Gas 2 "

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“The effects of I nsom n ia to Senior High School Students of Gas 2 “.

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T he I ndependent variable : I s I nsom n ia because it is T he one that can cause problems to someone. T he D ependent variable : I s The students because they’re the one getting to experience the effects of insomia..

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Leader: Ria Kirsten Bulagnir Members: Pilongo, Erica Magno, Grace Ann Inot, Jonalyn Samonte, John erwin Hernandez, Rommina Ira Anciano, Mariella Capili, Angela Nicole Ilarde.

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(Introduction).

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Insomnia is a common and debilitating sleep disorder that can affect anybody, including adolescents, and the elderly. Despite enough sleep opportunity, it is associated with severe distress or daytime impairments and is defined by problems beginning and/or staying asleep. Insomnia has a high prevalence and has major negative consequences for both individuals and society. Its principal repercussions include negative effects on daytime functioning, including considerable distress and/or difficulties in the individual, social, occupational, economical, and psychological (co-morbidity, depression, anxiety) domains, as well as on standard of living..

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“BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY”.

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WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?.

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Insomnia is a common sleep disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep, hard to stay asleep, or cause you to wake up too early and not be able to get back to sleep. You may still feel tired when you wake up..

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Is Because Insomnia, has The inability to get to sleep or sleep well at night, can be caused by stress, jet lag, a health condition, the medications you take, or even the amount of coffee you drink. Insomnia can also be caused by other sleep disorders or mood disorders such as anxiety and depression.

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“STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM”.

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+Objectives of the research. +Research questions/Hypothese. +Summary of methodology..

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+Objectives of the research. *WHAT DO WE WANT TO RESEARCH ABOUT THE TOPIC? WE'RE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE OTHER TYPES OF INSOMNIA AND ALSO HOW PEOPLE DEVELOP THEM..

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Acute insomnia- short-term Chronic insomnia- last a long time Onset insomnia- restless leg syndrome or periodic limb movement disorder. Maintenance insomnia- an inability to stay asleep through the night. Behavioral insomnia of childhood- difficulty falling asleep or maintaining sleep leading to poor sleep quality and duration..

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What are The main cause of insomnia. *Common causes of insomnia include* stress an irregular sleep schedule mental health disorders like anxiety and depression physical illnesses and pain neurological problems.

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Irritability, depression or anxiety Difficulty paying attention, focusing on tasks or remembering Increased errors or accidents Ongoing worries about sleep.

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*WHY DID WE CHOOSE THIS RESEARCH?.

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BECAUSE MANY OF US ARE RELATED IN THIS RESEARCH, AND IT WILL ASSIST US IN MANAGING THE CIRCUMSTANCES THAT WE MAY HELP US IN OUR DAILY LIVES.

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+Research questions/Hypothesis.

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Insomnia is rarely an isolated medical or mental illness but rather a symptom of another illness to be investigated by a person and their medical doctors. In other people, insomnia can be a result of a person's lifestyle or work schedule..

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Without enough rest, teens are more likely to suffer from the cognitive, behavioral, and physical effects of sleep deprivation that are detrimental to school performance. Between meeting academic deadlines and socializing, the student's schedule can become highly erratic and interfere with normal sleep patterns..

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Hypothesis. Depending on the criterion employed, the prevalence of insomnia in the general population ranges from 8 to 40%. While 20-30% of the population suffers from insomnia, The lack of verified objective/biological indicators and the classifications employed for this condition may have led to the lack of a strong link between insomnia and major medical morbidity. In 1987, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM)-III-R4 included sleep disorders for the first time, providing broad criteria for a diagnosis for "insomnia disorders.".

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+Summary of methodology.

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Some of the articles we've found that are related to the subject.

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*SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY*.

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*who are the respondents? (STUDENTS).

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Teenagers who don't get enough sleep are more likely to suffer from the mental health, behavioral, and physical repercussions of lack of sleep, all of which are harmful to their educational outcomes..

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*Who will benefit from The study?.

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students = this study will help for them to know how they can solve insomnia because this study is more on exploration and explanation. parents and teachers = this study will help to how they know what one of their student’s and children serious problems in academic. future researchers = they will benefit from it in case they will use this study and this study will help them yo gather more information and improve their study..

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*How or why is it relevant to this current time?.

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It's relevant to this semester because many students suffer from insomnia , The student's schedule might become highly unpredictable as a result of fulfilling academic deadlines and socializing to others , interfering with typical wrong sleep patterns..

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*WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO CONDUCT THIS RESEARCH? IN ORDER TO PREVENT INSOMNIA AND TO HELP OTHERS WHO HAVE SUFFERED FROM IT..

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Good sleep habits can help prevent insomnia and promote sound sleep: Keep your bedtime and wake time consistent from day to day, including weekends. Stay active — regular activity helps promote a good night's sleep. Check your medications to see if they may contribute to insomnia..

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+SCOPE AND DELIMITATION.

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1.The impact of the study 2.The evaluation of the population 3.The research timeline.

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what is the impact of insomnia. Reduced productivity at work or in school. Driving with a slower reaction time and a higher chance of accidents. Depression and anxiety disorders are examples of mental health issues..

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The evaluation of the population. Between before and during the COVID-19 emergency, we discovered a rise in Bed Time hour, Sleep Latency, and Wake-Up time, as well as a worsening of sleep quality and insomnia symptoms. The impact of the delay in Bed Time and Wake-Up was most noticeable in students during the lockdown. Workers had a prevalence of maintenance insomnia of 24% before COVID-19, which increased to 40% during COVID-19, whereas workers with sleep initiation difficulties had a prevalence of only 15% before COVID-19, which increased to 42% during COVID-19. Depressive symptoms were present in 27.8% of our sample, while anxious symptoms were present in 34.3 percent, particularly among students. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7353829/.

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The research timeline. Other research is examining why people have insomnia and what can make it worse. Among the factors under review: Genetics. Scientists are looking at whether the likelihood of having insomnia is something you’re born with. They’ve identified specific areas in our genes that appear to play a role in insomnia symptoms. Light pollution. Korean researchers may have found a link between city lights and insomnia. A 2018 study showed that the more artificial outdoor light people were exposed to at night, the more likely they were to use sleeping medication. COVID-19 pandemic. An AASM survey from March of 2021 found that more than half of American adults reported sleep problems, including insomnia, since the pandemic began.And there’s evidence the virus itself can cause you to lose sleep. A 2020 British study found 5% of people treated for COVID-19 had insomnia in the 6 months after their diagnosis..

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1.The scope of the research 2. The time limitation of the study.

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The scope of the research.

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The time limitation of the study.

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“Definition of terms”.