Interesting facts about insomnia

Sleep plays a very impor­tant role in the life of any per­son. Every 24 hours a per­son should sleep, and the opti­mal dura­tion of sleep is 6.5–7.5 hours. How­ev­er, unfor­tu­nate­ly there is a very large group of peo­ple who suf­fer from var­i­ous sleep dis­or­ders. This pre­vents them from hav­ing a fresh and bloom­ing look in the morn­ing and real­ly pre­vents a hap­py life.

Vio­la­tion of night sleep med­ical sci­ence calls the term insom­nia. There are many dif­fer­ent types of insom­nia.

Sleep disorders

Pre­som­nic dis­or­ders, or in lay­man’s terms, sleep dis­or­ders. The cause of pre­som­nic dis­or­ders can be var­i­ous expe­ri­ences or fears after the events expe­ri­enced dur­ing the day. Some­times a per­son can­not fall asleep after replay­ing the past day for the thou­sandth time, espe­cial­ly if dur­ing the day he made seri­ous deci­sions, par­tic­i­pat­ed in impor­tant meet­ings.

Many peo­ple are famil­iar with this sit­u­a­tion — after some unpleas­ant con­ver­sa­tion, we can­not fall asleep all night because we think how it was nec­es­sary to con­duct a dia­logue, what words could have been avoid­ed, and what would cer­tain­ly be said to the inter­locu­tor. Behind these reflec­tions, a per­son may not notice how the clock hand has exceed­ed 3 nights, and soon you need to get up for work. Pain or dis­com­fort due to chron­ic dis­eases can also often be the cause of sleep dis­tur­bance. Most often, this affects the elder­ly, who have behind them a bag­gage of accu­mu­lat­ed dis­eases and often resort to tak­ing sleep­ing pills because of this.

Intrasomnia sleep disorders

Intra­som­nic dis­or­ders, or sleep dis­or­ders that occur dur­ing it. A per­son eas­i­ly and quick­ly falls asleep, but in the mid­dle of the night he can wake up and can­not fall asleep again for sev­er­al hours. Some­times this hap­pens sev­er­al times a night. The caus­es of such dis­or­ders can be night­mares, dis­or­ders of the res­pi­ra­to­ry sys­tem (short­ness of breath, asth­ma attacks, severe snor­ing), heart and blood ves­sels (pain in the heart, car­diac asth­ma). Also, the cause may be exces­sive sen­si­tiv­i­ty to exter­nal stim­uli, such as noise, some kind of loud sounds or music that are heard from a neigh­bor­ing apart­ment or room.

Post-somnia disorders, or disorders that occur after sleep

A per­son falls asleep well and sleeps for sev­er­al hours, but as a result wakes up ear­ly in the morn­ing at 4–5 o’clock and can­not fall asleep again. At the same time, he does not have the feel­ing that he slept and rest­ed. He feels tired, weak, there is no feel­ing of phys­i­cal vig­or, a bad mood.

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There are many rea­sons for sleep dis­or­ders, but the most com­mon are men­tal or phys­i­cal over­work. Often stressed dur­ing the day at work, dri­ving a car or prob­lems in your per­son­al life leads to sleep­less nights, which fur­ther exac­er­bates the sit­u­a­tion. But do not for­get that spe­cif­ic dis­eases of the ner­vous sys­tem or inter­nal organs can be the cause of insom­nia. With pro­longed sleep dis­tur­bance, a con­sul­ta­tion with a neu­rol­o­gist, ther­a­pist and psy­chother­a­pist is required to help deter­mine the cause insom­nia and pre­scribe the nec­es­sary treat­ment.

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