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Over 60% of college students have difficulty getting up. Do you have it?

Over 60% of college students are overcoming 'difficulty in getting up'

Wang Yan's alarm clock rings four times a day before she gets up. The alarm clock that rings every 10 minutes can't wake her up from her sleep. In the impression of her classmates, Wang Yan either didn't come or was on the way to be late.

'a bed is like a spring; if you are weak, it is strong. Zhou andI, who gradually became familiar with the way to get up, chose to bid farewell to 'delay in getting up', and started a long-term war with the difficulty of getting up. In order to get her body clock back on track, she made it a rule that she must rest at 12 o'clock every night at the latest.

For long Lingyu, whose average sleep time is only 4 to 6 hours a day, getting up early has become an instinctive response to implantation. In junior high school, he developed the habit of getting up early. He got up at five or six o'clock in the morning. If he gets up later than 7:10 on a certain day, he will feel guilty of "wasting his time".

Recently, the youth school media launched a survey of 3367 college students from all over the country. The survey results showed that 62.22% of the respondents said they had difficulty getting up, 32.29% thought they did not have such trouble, and 5.49% said they had corrected their "difficulty in getting up".

Sixty percent of college students can't get up because of lack of sleep and cold weather

According to the survey, 68.52% of the college students thought that the main reason for their difficulty in getting up was that they went to bed too late the previous day, 62.73% thought that it was too cold to get up, 48.68% of the respondents thought that "personal laziness" was the main reason for staying in bed, and 15.21% said that "if my roommate can't afford it, I'm not willing to get up.".

Luo Jing, a major in advertising, has a say in getting up because of lack of sleep. In her junior year, she often stayed up until two or three o'clock in the morning because she was in a hurry for a plan or design. Trapped in a vicious circle of difficulty from staying up late to getting up, Luo Jing is very upset. 'you can be energetic only if you sleep six hours a day. Their inertia is also one of the factors, but sometimes difficult to get up is the body's natural reaction, too sleepy, you still want to continue to sleep for a while. '

Liu ran, who is also unable to get out of bed because of sleep problems, is a 2018 electronic information engineering student. He works in the college student union and is also a tutor of the new class of 2019. Liu Ran's normal student work is a lot, the sudden pop-up information in the mobile phone always disrupts his work rhythm. In the middle of the night, after finishing his work, he was extremely excited. He brushed the post bar and looked at the app. On average, he went to bed at 3 a.m. every day. Liu ran, who relies on her roommate to wake up, often rushes to the classroom without having time for breakfast. In Liu Ran's opinion, whether a roommate gets up or not directly affects whether he can get up. If Liu Ran's roommate couldn't hear the alarm clock, the two would sleep together until 10 o'clock.

Guo Yi, who majored in finance at Jiangxi University of Finance and economics in 2018, also believes that one of the main reasons why he doesn't want to get up is the poor sleep quality. In her opinion, the mobile phone is the initiator of her sleep. As long as she doesn't play with the mobile phone before going to bed, she will feel energetic and refreshed after waking up. However, once she plays with the mobile phone, she will be unable to control her hand of constantly brushing video, which will lead to staying up late and difficult to enter the deep sleep state. It is worth noting that 33.04% of the surveyed college students have an average sleep time of only 4 to 6 hours, and only 8.15% sleep more than 8 hours.

For the northern girl Zhou andI, leaving the heating, the motivation to get up is less than half. Originally thought that the South was much warmer than the north, she was "taught a lesson" in the winter of Chongqing as soon as she entered school. As an economics major, she has morning classes every day. Getting up has become a 'big problem' that has to be solved independently. "Almost every morning I run into the classroom to study, otherwise I will be late, too late. 'she said, 'it's too cold. When I think about leaving the bed, I want to escape and I don't want to start a new day. '

Wang Yan said that she was in the cycle of 'staying up late and not getting up' every day, and she was free and lazy. Because she had enough sleep during the day, she could not sleep at night. Lying in bed, picking up a mobile phone to play games, listen to songs, read novels, go shopping on Taobao, until you are sleepy, it is usually one or two o'clock in the morning. She knew that it was her lax spirit, lack of self-discipline and self-control that allowed her to get up in a "self abandoning" way, which led to the growing difficulty in getting up. But now she still thinks it's too difficult to change. She can't help but want to stay in bed. She can drag on for a day. Wang Yan's roommate also said that whether she went to bed at 1:00 a.m. or 10:00 p.m., it had no great influence on whether Wang Yan could get up or not. So if there is a professional class in the afternoon, Wang Yan will not take a nap. She is also afraid that she will not be able to get up once she is asleep.

The psychological implication of "sleep a little longer" makes college students love and hate

It is the common habit of Luo Jing, Zhou andI, Wang Yan and other college students to set more than three alarm clocks in the morning of getting up early. According to the survey, 22.18% of the respondents had missed classes, exams, travel, appointments and other things because of difficulty getting up.

Every time she gets up, she looks like a war fighter. It takes only six minutes from sitting up and dressing to finishing washing and going out. Other times, Guo Yi is lying on the bed of the dormitory, doing "psychological construction" for getting up. It is Guo Yi's normal to press off the alarm clock and get up in the sound of roommate's "hurry up! It's 6:50! It's going to be late! If you're late, you have to report criticism!" that's Guo Yi's normal. Because she sleeps in bed and misses breakfast and finishes her morning running and early reading, she often becomes very tired immediately. She has no appetite, doesn't want to eat, or even feels dizzy and vomit, and she doesn't like to pay attention to her acquaintances. The extra 20 minutes of sleeping in bed every morning is only a short-term satisfaction, but it aggravates the tiredness after getting up.

In Chen Nan's opinion, the most "sweet" period of sleep must be when he sleeps in bed. 'Chen Nan, one of the things that you can't sleep in the middle of the night is to find that you can't go on sleeping in the middle of the night. In order to realize this inexplicable sense of self satisfaction, Chen Nan often sets an extra alarm clock 20 minutes earlier than the prescribed time to get up. For him, when he wakes up and finds that he can sleep for another period of time, he will better motivate himself to get up the next time the alarm clock rings. Another reason, of course, is that it takes a & lsquo; buffer period to get up;. "Chen Nan added. But this method is not always successful. Chen Nan, who has difficulty getting up, is also a latecomer in her class.

Luo Jing, who sighs that 'it's like fate to get out of bed, and the people who can overcome it are really great.'. The alarm clock, which rings every five minutes, failed to wake her up. "It should be time to sleep a little longer." she muttered in her mouth and slipped off the last 8:30 alarm clock. When she woke up and picked up her mobile phone, she realized that she had missed the 10:13 train. The matter has come to an end and can only be changed. Although there was no danger, it didn't cause too much loss, but it was not the first time that she missed something because of staying in bed: she was often late for morning class in senior three, missed the party with friends, and even missed the mid-term exam. 'it takes about an hour to get up from the first time you open your eyes. Pull a corner, turn over, think in the brain for a while, can turn to sleep more than 20 minutes in the past. "Luo Jing also said that even if she wakes up, she will toss and turn, just don't want to leave the bed.

Because she can't get up and is often late and absent from class, Wang Yan gradually realizes that her time has been wasted in 'staying up late' and 'staying up late'. In particular, being late and absent from class leads to loopholes in her study, which makes her feel nervous every time she thinks about it. "Failing a course" is like the sword of Damocles hanging over Wang Yan's head. Before each final exam, in order to fill in the loopholes in her knowledge, she did not dare to put down her books in the morning.

More than 60% of college students are looking forward to the correction of "difficulty in getting up"

Zhou andI began to face up to the problem of difficulty in getting up and avoid falling into the strange circle of 'staying up late, getting up difficult, disordered work and rest, and weak body'. The long-term instability of work and rest made her have dark circles under her eyes and her heart occasionally felt uncomfortable. Her body's reaction and the requirements of real life urge her to adjust her work and rest time, go to bed early and get up early, and never delay. She began to stipulate that she should have a rest at 12 o'clock at night and get up at 7:30 in the morning, arrange breakfast, review professional lessons, recite words and other matters in the morning, so that she can get up and have nothing to do. As soon as the time comes, you must stop to have a rest. 'when I started to implement the plan, I would be reluctant, and even had the impulse to continue to finish, but I still tried to restrain it. Getting up is also the same, everyone will have inertia and life inertia, if you want to refuse to get up difficult, you must be firm minded and hard on yourself. "Andy Zhou said firmly.

'more time spent in bed will be made up in other places. 'the missed morning class content needs to be filled in later. The new work task is imminent, and the homework to be handed in tomorrow is still waiting to be submitted. Because of being in bed, Liu Ran's day has become tense and urgent from the beginning of getting up. Eager to correct his difficulty in getting up, he planned to go to bed earlier. He realized clearly that the main reason why he didn't want to get up was lack of sleep. 'I plan to put off some unimportant things in the future. Instead of staying up late at night, I will wait until the next day. Make sure to get up on time every day and form good work and rest habits. '

According to the school media survey, 83.55% of the respondents think that 'reasonable arrangement of work and rest time, early sleep' can effectively improve the difficulty of getting up, 51.8% of them think that adjusting their mentality is effective, 41.55% of them say that 'arranging urgent tasks in the morning and forcing them to get up' can motivate them to get up early, and 7.54% of the respondents think that those who don't want to get up early can't get up in any way.

Luo Jing, who also hopes to solve the problem of getting up, began to find some of her own methods and tricks. For example, in the event of large-scale examinations, group activities and other important things, she would ask for help to call her in advance, or set the alarm clock on her mobile phone and put it under the bed. Only when she got out of bed could she turn off the alarm clock. She thinks that getting up can only be ensured by external constraint and reminding.

Long Lingyu, from the Communication University of China, believes that the most powerful motivation for him to get up early every day is his substantial working condition and full working arrangement. 6: 30 out of the bedroom, he will choose to eat breakfast before 7 o'clock, and then quickly into the day's work plan. When the library opens at 8 o'clock, he will study or work in the corner of the canteen and leave at 7:55. 'the library closes at 9:50 in the evening, but I don't go back to my bedroom. I usually stay in a convenience store until 11:45, and then step on the 12 o'clock entrance guard to go back. In his opinion, laibuliang is a personal choice. Everyone has the right to arrange his own time. He is willing to devote his time to his favorite things. Although he is tired occasionally, he enjoys such a full life.

Hu Qi is also more willing to arrange his spare time in practice and travel. Hu Qi is more motivated to get up early on weekends than on weekdays when he has to get up early. 'if there's a party, it's early