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ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM INSOMNIA?

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There are many websites that will use complex words and medical terminology to try to explain to you what insomnia is, but to put it very simply, insomnia means that you have trouble falling, getting or staying asleep. If you are currently suffering from insomnia you are not alone. It is estimated that 30-50% of the  population suffers from insomnia. This is a worldwide issue and with age the risk of insomnia increases. Depending on the individual, this condition can be long term or short term. Below are the common causes of insomnia.

COMMON CAUSES OF INSOMNIA
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Sleep is a vital part to staying healthy. Our bodies, especially the brain, use this time to rest and regenerate. The human brain is responsible for controlling our entire body. Without the proper sleep our bodies are unable to function properly. In fact, if you skip one day of sleep it can take an extremely long time for your body to recover from that ONE day. It is impossible to catch up on sleep. If you are continuously not getting the appropriate sleep it can be potentially harmful to your health. Not getting the proper amount of sleep can increase your risk for the following:

Many people are unaware of what a lack of sleep can do to them. On average an adult should have around 8 hours of sleep at night. If you are having trouble sleeping there are several things you can try.
  • DECREASE YOUR CAFFEINE INTAKE
  • EAT DINNER EARLIER
  • FIND A TIME TO RELAX BEFORE SLEEPING, I.E. READ A BOOK.
  • GO TO SLEEP AT THE SAME TIME EVERY NIGHT
  • TRY METHODS TO REDUCE YOUR STRESS LEVELS
  • DECREASE DAYTIME NAPS 
These are a just a few tips. If you continue to exhibit signs of insomnia, talk to your doctor. It is always good to rule out other medical problems. Your doctor will give you the appropriate medical suggestions. Just remember, not getting sleep should always be taken seriously. 


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