Improve the comfort of sleeping environment and prevent the “first night effect”
On November 18, 2019, the fifth anniversary of the establishment of the Sleep Medicine Center of the Peking University Sixth Hospital was held in Beijing.It is reported that the original intention of the establishment of the Sleep Medicine Center is to provide better diagnosis and treatment services for patients with sleep disorders and to better develop sleep medicine in China.The Sleep Medicine Center of Peking University Sixth Hospital is composed of three parts: the ward of the Department of Sleep Medicine, the outpatient department of sleep 西安耍耍网 disorders and the sleep function examination room.Lu Lin, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and director of Peking University Sixth Hospital, introduced the latest research advances in sleep medicine and gave a keynote speech entitled “The Past, Present and Future of Sleep Medicine”.The report points out that sleep is the basic physiological process of human beings, and good sleep is a powerful guarantee for a healthy life.The incidence of sleep disorders is increasing year by year, causing huge economic losses and causing serious damage to the quality of life of individuals.Sun Hongqiang, deputy dean of Peking University Sixth Hospital, introduced the definition, incidence, and research history of the first night effect on the topic of “first night effect”. He proposed that the first night effect is a type of transient insomnia, sleep environment, and individuals.Sleep patterns, age, and personality characteristics are important influencing factors for the first night effect. Individuals’ first night effect can affect memory function.However, the first night effect as an acute insomnia model can be used in the development of insomnia drugs.Its intervention measures mainly include drug therapy, biofeedback therapy, improving the comfort and familiarity of the sleeping environment, and making patients familiar with the sleep monitoring environment as early as possible.Sun Wei, the director of the Sleep Medicine Center of Peking University Sixth Hospital, introduced the non-drug treatment related knowledge of insomnia, and suggested that everyone develop a good sleep pattern, get on and off bed on time, no sleep, no nap, no bed, moderate exercise, physical and mental relaxationPractice mindfulness and breathing every day.