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Insomnia and Its Types

Insomnia and Its Types

Insomnia is a real problem for many adults. It’s clear that everyone wants to go to bed and have an angel sleep all night long, then wake up in the morning and be full of strength and energy. As we all have daily activities we have to perform including work, we need to recover our energy by having an untroubled sleep.

Insomnia is a real problem for many adults. It’s clear that everyone wants to go to bed and have an angel sleep all night long, then wake up in the morning and be full of strength and energy. As we all have daily activities we have to perform including work, we need to recover our energy by having an untroubled sleep.

It is normal not to be able to sleep normally for occasion, but many people have insomnia on a constant basis. You simply go to bed, try to fall asleep and cannot. As a result, in the morning you feel weak, tired and you have no desire to go to office even though you’ve stayed in bed for 7-8 hours. Insomnia quite often causes depression and permanent headaches.

Sleeping disorders are common for our society as one in every three people suffers from insomnia. Specialists single out three main types of insomnia.

Transient insomnia is a shot term form of sleeping disorder. It lasts from several days up to a couple of weeks.  Transient insomnia is mostly caused by external factors like hot temperature, noise, uncomfortable bed, etc. Usually you simply need to get rid of the source of inconvenience to restore your normal sleep.

Intermittent insomnia can last even less then transient one, but it returns occasionally. This type of insomnia can be caused by stress, your life style, bad habits like alcohol and cigarettes. Some medications have insomnia in the list of possible side-effects. Pregnant women frequently have problems with sleeping.

If your insomnia is a constant problem that persists, then you may have a chronic insomnia. It’s hard to define one major cause of chronic insomnia as in most cases it’s a combination of factors that destroy your normal sleep for nights. This can be a combination of the causes shown above, or insomnia can be caused be depression or psychological problems. People in their sixties and older frequently suffer from insomnia. This especially concerns women during menopause.

Insomnia is an unpleasant and troublesome health state. It brings a feeling of constant tiredness and lack of concentration. Sleep disorders can be the reason for anxiety and migraine.

If you have insomnia, it’s important to cure it. First, think of factors that may cause it. Try to mention all factors. In case you have a transient or intermittent insomnia, you do not require any serious treatment. You simply need to find and get rid of your source of insomnia. Short course of mild sleeping pills may also help you.

Try to change your lifestyle and add some sport activities at least two times a weak. If your insomnia is a chronic one, then, most probably, the above-mentioned advices won’t work on you and so it’s better to visit a specialist to define your chronic insomnia causes and ways to cure it.

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