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Health facts on Insomnia
« on: July 02, 2017, 07:09:11 PM »
Health facts on Insomnia

Insomnia is not a sleep disorder in and of itself, but a related symptom of other problems, including an assortment of common physical and psychological disruptions in the sleep cycle.

Symptoms of insomnia can be brought on by physical situations, such as medical conditions, hormonal changes, changes in diet, changes in work schedule, exercise or lack of; environmental situations including changes in time zone, changes in season, travel and cultural changes, and more; and psychological problems including stress, depression, and anxiety.

Insomnia symptoms include the inability to fall asleep, the inability to stay asleep, the inability to concentrate and function in your daily activities. Common patterns of insomnia include onset insomnia, middle and late insomnia.
Chronic, or long-term, insomniacs often exhibit signs of sleep deprivation.



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« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2017, 07:12:09 PM »
Types of insomnia include temporary, acute and chronic. The symptoms can last for one night or they may last months and even years.

Many prescription medications may contribute to insomnia. Over-the-counter and prescription drugs often have additives intended to combat drowsiness and others simply have side effects that inspire symptoms of insomnia.

Caffeine, a natural property of many coffees, teas, and chocolates, and also a common food and drink additive is one of the most common sleep inhibitors.

Contrary to popular belief, alcohol can suppress your body’s natural sleep cycle and actually interfere with natural sleep patterns, leading to symptoms associated with insomnia.

Symptoms related to insomnia are common among individuals that work night shifts or rotating shifts. Night shift work, while some people prefer it, is an unnatural human cycle.


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