Sleep Disorders : causes and symptoms

Sleep Disorders : causes and symptoms
Poor sleep can be caused by many reasons.Some of them are quite dangerous sleep disorder.

Look: pecking nose guy on the bus, yawning colleagues at the meeting, the queue at the coffee machines.Most people are chronically enough sleep.Perhaps you, too, among them, even if not pay attention to it.

constant drowsiness may lead to serious consequences, for example, if you fall asleep at the wheel.Furthermore, there is a direct correlation between lack of sleep, and the development of diabetes, heart disease, obesity and high blood pressure.

Sleep Disorder: Causes

There are many causes of sleep deprivation: night work, flexible working hours, frequent flights, knocks the natural circadian rhythm and sleep restriction in his own quest to "keep up with life."

However, many people lack of sleep is associated with more serious causes, such as sleep apnea (cessation of breathing), restless leg syndrome or narcolepsy.

With frequent night shifts can develop a sleep disorder caused by shift operation (shift

work sleep disorder), manifested by sleepiness during night work and insomnia in the afternoon.

What's wrong with getting enough sleep

Most people need 7 or 8 hours of sleep per night for a good rest.Scientists have shown that lack of sleep is directly linked to many diseases, such as hypertension, diabetes, stroke, obesity and dementia.

However, if a person sleeps a sufficient number of hours, but it is still not getting enough sleep, you may have a sleep disorder quality.

sleep disorder may be associated with impaired sleep, frequent awakenings during sleep, or sleepwalking.In such a case, the person in need of detailed examination.

10 symptoms of sleep disorders

  • you need more than 30 minutes to fall asleep
  • you often wake up during sleep and can not then go to sleep
  • you sleepy during the day or can even fall asleep at the most inopportune moment
  • you loud snoring, sopiteor you stop breathing during
  • sleep When falling asleep you often feel a tingling, tingling in hands or feet
  • hands or feet often involuntarily twitch during sleep
  • Spillages you suffers from headaches
  • unusual behavior during sleep, such as sleepwalking
  • on waking you for a while can not move
  • you happen episodes of sudden muscle weakness in a fit of anger, fear or laughter

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