Published: 2016-02-10   Views: 204
Author: Randynell Pilares
Published in: Self Improvement

One of the most common types of sleeping disorders is insomnia. It is common especially to adults 18 years old and above. One is said to have insomnia if he finds find himself having trouble sleeping and as a result, wakes up in the morning feeling unrested. A lot of people do not consider insomnia as a serious disorder and would often dismiss it as a result of the activities that they do during the day. However, when it becomes a regular occurrence, the problem begins. Insomnia has effects on people before and after sleeping. During sleep, studies have proved that it can lead to nightmares where people wake up questioning weird facts about dreams, sleep paralysis and sleep talking just to name a few. But the worse effect does not happen until you wake up. When we have a hard time sleeping, naturally, our minds won't feel rejuvenated.

 

The wrong notion among many is that insomnia is the end problem but specialists consider insomnia as a sign of an underlying issue that could be in the form of depression, anxiety or even health problems.

 

Are you an insomniac? Do a self-check and consider seeking professional assistance if the problem persists and affects your day-to-day life.

 

Trouble in sleeping. You don't just have trouble in sleeping at night. You also experience disturbed sleep often. It should be easier to fall back to sleep when you're awakened at night but if you're an insomniac, even this can be challenging.

 

Light sleep. You know you've had quality sleep when you wake up and feel refreshed. However, if you've had a bad sleep, you wake up disoriented and still yearning for more sleep. Insomniacs have a difficult time focusing on their daily tasks and would turn to caffeine and sugar to keep them awake. They are also bound to feel exhausted more easily compared to those who are able to sleep well.

 

Your sleep is dependent on something. Your insomnia could be serious if you have to take supplements just to doze off. Many people would rely on pills and while this is okay to help you get over occasional insomnia attacks, taking this on a regular basis can be harmful to your body.

 

Poor energy throughout the day. You feel tired and unable to perform your daily tasks because you are sleepy. You find yourself trying to sneak in a power nap but finds it extremely difficult to do so. As a result, you're not able to fully concentrate and you go through your day feeling restless.

 

Even darkness does not help. Experts say that a dark room makes the perfect stage for a good night's sleep. If you've switched off he lights and block off sounds but still find it difficult to sleep, you could be an insomniac.

 

If you encounter these regularly, it is important to realize the impacts of insomnia in your life. It may be a common sleeping disorder but if it starts to affect your quality of life, it may be a wise decision to deal with it and take action.

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