Sleep Disorder

Dodge Insomnia with these Natural Sleep Remedies

“Sleep is a condition of body and mind which typically recurs for several hours every night, in which the nervous system is inactive, the eyes are closed, the postural muscles are relaxed, and consciousness practically suspended.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than one-third of U.S. adults get sleepless than six hours a night. Now, this is seriously a concern because lack of sleep can give you numerous health issues. Sound sleep is important because when you sleep your body gets adequate time to heal and rejuvenate, so you must find apposite ways to get proper rest and sleep. Mostly, many of us either can’t sleep or don’t get enough sleep and it is compulsory to have a sound sleep so that all activities of the day and personal commitments can be performed easily. Sleep deficiency can weaken your immune system; it can also cause mood changes like irritability, depression, and anxiety.

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Good Night’s Rest

Wondering Why You Still Feel Tired After A Good Night’s Rest?

The scenario: On many occasions, you’ve woken up from your rather long and uneventful sleep and still feel surprisingly lethargic and tired, wanting to go back for more snooze.

Why does this happen? How is it possible to sleep enough and still feel tired? Below are the reasons why you wake up feeling like roadkill after a supposed ‘good’ night’s rest.

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The Complete Guide To Dealing With Insomnia

Lack of sleep is something that plagues people everywhere. Almost everyone you talk to will complain about feeling tired. Not getting a good night’s sleep, or struggling to get to sleep, can be a real pain. There is a medical condition for struggling with sleep, it’s called insomnia. People who suffer from insomnia spend their nights staring at the ceiling, unable to sleep. No matter how many sheep they count, they can’t get to sleep. Until eventually their eyes shut and then within a couple of hours their alarm goes up. So they have to start the day with very little rest, which can lead to problems.

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Insomnia – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Many adults suffer from Insomnia and sleeplessness at some time in their life. It is estimated that 30-50% of people are affected by this disease and 10% have severe Insomnia.

Insomnia is a disorder, in which it is very difficult to maintain or initiate sleep. The sleep is of poor quality and not peaceful.  Insomnia is therefore caused due to insufficient sleep. Insomnia is not characterized by the number of hours of sleep but it varies in the needs and practices.

Classification of Insomnia

Insomnia is classified as follows

  1. Transient Insomnia

    The symptoms of Insomnia lasting less than 1 week are known as Transient Insomnia.

  2. Short-term Insomnia

    The symptoms between 1-3 weeks are known as Short-term Insomnia.

  3. Chronic Insomnia

    Symptoms longer than 3 weeks are known as Chronic Insomnia.

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