Difficulty sleeping or sleeplessness is also called insomnia it is a sleep disorder that makes falling asleep or staying asleep as long as one likes difficult with the affected person frequently waking up during the night or your normal sleeping period. Often then not being able to get back to sleep.
People who suffer from insomnia suffer difficulty with their memory and have poor concentration and irritability from lack of sleep.
Insomnia is a symptom of another disease or a diagnosis either medical condition or a mental problem.
Some causes of insomnia are breathing problems, pain, cough, drug or alcohol withdrawal, stress, changes in relationships or work are just to name a few problems associated with insomnia.
Some people can relieve sleeplessness by not taking naps during the day, and by eating healthier meals with less stomach upset and exercising or walking after dinner, relaxing in the tub before bedtime to help ease the problems of the day and relax not only their mind but also their body.
According to a WebMd article: ‘Regular exercise can help you sleep better.’ as well as ‘An oatmeal raisin cookie and a glass of milk can help you fall asleep.’
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