Insomnia Sleep Problem
Abnormal wakefulness or inability to sleep from time to time, if you feel that you do not get enough sleep or satisfying sleep, you may have insomnia, a sleep disorder. Insomnia disruption of the sleep cycle with difficulty getting to sleep, taking more than forty five minutes to fall asleep, or difficulty staying asleep. Frequent awakenings with inability to fall back asleep, early morning awakening. Insomnia can cause problems during the day, such as sleepiness, difficulty concentrating, and irritability. A person with insomnia may also have another sleep disorder such as sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and restless legs syndrome. Insomnia is not defined by the number of hours you sleep every night. Sleep apnea potentially life threatening problem in which a person stops breathing as a result of relaxed or excessive tissue blocking the airway Narcolepsy-a genetic disorder that causes a persistent and insatiable need to sleep.
No matter what the cause or how it presents, insomnia results in daytime fatigue, poor concentration, a lack of energy and motivation, irritability, compromised immunity, and accelerated aging. Beside leaving you feeling less hormonal balance, appetite control, and fat loss, even when dietary and exercise routines are right on track. The stress of work deadlines, family issues, strained finances, or other life upsets can cause the occasional sleepless night for most of us.
Snoring audible sound that happens during sleep when the soft parts of the throat vibrate.
The amount of sleep a person needs varies. While most people need between 7 and 8 hours of sleep a night, some people do well with less, and some need more. Each year suffer from insomnia, which can lead to serious sleep deficits and problems. Insomnia tends to increase with age and affects about 40 percent of women and 30 percent of men.
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You may want to consult specialist if you have sever snoring that has just started recently and you haven't gained any weight.
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