How to Stop Insomnia
Sleep habits we learn as children may play a vital role in affecting our sleep patterns as we grow. Poor sleep or lifestyle habits usually cause insomnia. Insomnia is a common sleep disorder in which you may have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or both. More
Table of Contents
Chapter #1: What is Insomnia and Types of Insomnia
Types of Insomnia:
Symptoms and Causes
Chapter #2: Causes of Insomnia
Chapter #3: Signs and Symptoms
Tests and Treatments
Chapter #4: Tests to diagnose Insomnia
Chapter #5: Treatment Options
Chapter #6: Natural Remedies for Treating Insomnia: Foods, Supplements, and Herbs
Chapter #7: Tips for controlling Insomnia
Chapter #8: Relaxation Techniques for better sleep
Chapter #9: Ways to get back to sleep
Chapter #10: When to contact your doctor
About the Author
Sleep habits we learn as children may play a vital role in affecting our sleep patterns as we grow. Poor sleep or lifestyle habits usually cause insomnia. Insomnia is a common sleep disorder in which you may have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or both. According to some estimates, millions of people worldwide are living with insomnia. It not only affects your sleep but also takes away your efficacy at your day time work.
Common symptoms could be lying awake for a long time, sleeping for small periods, staying awake through the night, waking up too early or feeling as if you didn’t sleep at all.
Once diagnosed with insomnia as per your medical and sleep history, your doctor may recommend a sleep study to gather the information related to your sleep and how your body responds to your sleep problems. After diagnosis, treatments related to lifestyle changes, counseling, and medicines may be recommended.
Insomnia is very well curable but it needs to be managed and kept under control by learning to take things as they are. With this stressful lifestyle, it's important to learn some of the relaxation techniques to detoxify ourselves and to keep such stress related problems at par.
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