Ailment Insomnia

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Acute insomnia, or temporary insomnia causes include:

Stress
Traumatic experience or an upsetting event
Sleep habit changes
Lack of physical activity
Jet lag
Certain medications

Chronic insomnia causes include:
Arthritis or back pain medical conditions
Anxiety or Depression
Substance abuse
Sleep apnea
Diabetes

Insomnia is a sleep disorder wher one has trouble falling and/or staying asleep.

Wake up around the same time everyday
Eliminate alcohol and other stimulants like nicotine and caffeine
Restricted naps
Regular physical activity
Restrict drinking or eating before bed
Have a comfortable sleeping environment
Reduce stress levels

Melatonin and Valerian

Consequences of untreated insomnia are:
Impair ability to concentrate
Can reduce quality of life
Can lead to depression or anxiety

 
Sleep disorder where one experiences trouble sleeping or/and difficulty sleeping is called Insomnia. Insomnia can be acute (temporary) or chronic.
Temporary insomnia lasts between a single to a few weeks. Chronic insomnia lasts between 3 nights a week for 3 months or more.

Insomnia symptomsmay be the following:
Having trouble sleeping
Waking up in the middle of the night Losing
sleep too early
Tired after sleeping
Daytime fatigue Anxiety, depression or irritability Trouble concentrating Prone to errors or accidents
Worried about sleeping

The type of sleeplessness one experiences determines the causes of insomnia. Acute insomnia, or temporary insomnia causes include:
Stress
Traumatic experience or an upsetting event
Sleep habit changes
Lack of physical activity
Jet lag
Certain medications

Chronic insomnia causes include:
Arthritis or back pain medical conditions
Anxiety or Depression
Substance abuse
Sleep apnea
Diabetes

Almost everyone experiences trouble sleeping.

The risk of insomnia is great if:
One is a woman. Menstrual cycles and menopause can cause hormonal shifts and lead to insomnia. Night sweats and hot flashes during menopause can also cause insomnia. Insomnia is also common with pregnancy.
One is over the age 60.
One experiences physical health conditions or mental health disorder.
One is under a lot of stress.
One does not have a regular schedule.

The best approach can depend on The underlying cause and the type of insomnia can determine the best treatment option. These include:
Seeing a counselor and understanding the condition
The first line of treatment for people with insomnia is Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). It can help eliminate negative thoughts and help control it
Sleep aids that are available over-the-counter
Melatonin

HerbsDaily offers a wide range of supplements from various leading brands to provide the best trouble sleeping remedy.

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