6 Reasons You Can’t Sleep Properly
Snore.Blog | Insomnia
by snoreblog
2y ago
Is a good night’s sleep the first thing you sacrifice when life gets too full and busy?  In these modern times we thing of sleep as a nuisance rather than a girl.   But you have to realize that sleep is important not only to decrease sleepiness but also for your overall health. Sleep, that deplorable curtailment of the joy of life. There is a plethora of information out there that poor sleep can lead to serious health problems: heart disease, hypertension, and stroke.  These health problems are most evident in people with severe sleep apnea.  Insomnia however can al ..read more
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What Type of Insomnia do you Have?
Snore.Blog | Insomnia
by snoreblog
2y ago
Insomnia is quite common. Chronic insomnia disorder occurs in about 10% of the population, but sporadic insomnia (acute) symptoms is much higher (30% to 35% of the population). In order to diagnose insomnia you need to have the cardinal features of this.  Based on the international classification of sleep disorders, insomnia is diagnosed when: A. A patient has either Difficulty initiating, maintaining sleep or waking up earlier than desired. B. A patient has subsequent daytime problems, such as fatigue/malaise, attention, concentration, or memory impairment or impaired ..read more
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Why Am I So Sleepy?
Snore.Blog | Insomnia
by snoreblog
2y ago
why am i so sleepy? If you’re experiencing excessive sleepiness the differential diagnosis unfortunately is pretty broad.  Many times, poor sleep habits can be the usual suspects. It’s important to review your routines, schedules, and the environment you’re sleeping in so you can spot potential problems and make adjustments. However, when sleepiness is not due to behavioral inadequacies you have to ask one question, are you a snorer? In the sleep world sleepiness is loosely separeted into two broad categories: the snorers and the non-snorers.   Before we start blaming sleep apnea ..read more
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Less sleep with Age?
Snore.Blog | Insomnia
by snoreblog
2y ago
Our looks are the the only thing that changes with age.  Changes to our sleep patterns are also a normal part of the aging process.  Although most people think that you are supposed to sleep less when you hit your golden years, that is not necessarily the case. Over a typical lifespan, the amount of time we spend each day sleeping declines. Newborns spend from 16 to 20 hours asleep.  Between the ages of one and four, total daily sleep time decreases to about 11 or 12 hours.  A rule of thumb is that by the time you hit 10 years of age, you should see be sleeping at least 1 ..read more
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