Insomnia was a problem of Covid-19 patients often moaned be-cause the physical and psychological condition of patients are weak. This study aims to analyze the association between respondent’s characteristics, social factors, and medication adherence with insomnia when Covid-19 survivor become isolated patients. This study used a descriptive and analytical cross-sectional design. The study was conducted in August 2021. The population of this study was all Covid-19 survivors. The sample of this study was part of Covid-19 survivors with a total number of 191. Data were collected by an online questionnaire via google form and analyzed by chi-square test. Almost all respondents (83.77%) were female, and most of the respondents (73.30%) worked as health workers. The age mean of the respondents was 31.51 (SD 8.82, min=18, max=60). Insomnia was experienced by almost half of the respondents (41.36%). There was no association between sex (OR = 1.92, 95% CI 0.89-4.17; p=0.113), type of work (OR = 1.11, 95% CI 0.58-2.11; p=0.868), medication adherence (OR = 0.47, 95% CI 0.05-4.56; p=0.644), and motivation (p=0.269) with insomnia. There was an association between optimism (p=0.043) and discrimination (OR=4.19, 95% CI 1.86-9.43, p=0.001) with insomnia. Insomnia was experienced by almost half of isolated patients in inpatient rooms of Indonesian health care facilities. Factors associated with insomnia were optimism and discrimination. Treatment for Covid-19 patients should pay attention to their physical care and give psychological care.
- mental health