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Insomnia: The most common type of sleep disorder

Insomnia is a well acquainted and one of the most common sleep disorders where the sufferer is unable to get the appropriate amount of sleep one needs to feel refreshed and rested. Rather than a disorder, Insomnia is often referred to as a symptom that accompanies another problem like anxiety, stress, depression, or an underlying disorder.

It can also be precipitated by lifestyle choices including medications, lack of exercise, taking too much of caffeinated beverages, jet leg and more.

Bringing your sleep problems to an end:

Generally, insomnia takes a toll on an individual’s energy level, mood and ability to function during the day. So, why choose to put up with insomnia? Simply modifying your lifestyle and daily habits can end sleepless nights.

  • Frequently waking up during the night.
  • Your sleep tends to be fragmented, light and less refreshing.
  • You need to take tranquilizers like sleeping pills, nightcap, supplements etc. In order to get good sleep.
  • Feeling sleepy and out of energy during the day.
  • Difficulty falling asleep at night or going back to sleep after waking up at night .

Whatever may be the cause of insomnia, taking care of your sleep habits and learning to relax yourself will help you to sleep and feel better. And the best part of the tale is that most cases of insomnia can be cured with lifestyle changes that can be made easily and on your own – without going to sleep specialist or turning to prescriptions!

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