How To Cure Sleeping Disorders:

In today’s busy world many people face sleeping problems because of their busy shedule. We know that work is important but rest is also very important for our body, taking rest on time taking proper foods is important, so people who are facing from sleeping disorder, here are some points that will help you to fight with these problem.

TYPES OF COMMON SLEEP DISORDERS:

1. INSOMNIA- 


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Insomnia, the inability to get to sleep or sleep well at night, can be caused by stress, jet lag, a health condition, the medications you take, or even the amount of coffee you drink. Insomnia can also be caused by other sleep disorders or mood disorders such as anxiety and depression.

2. NARCOLEPSY-


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Narcolepsy is a sleep disorder that involves excessive, uncontrollable daytime sleepiness. It is caused by a dysfunction of the brain mechanism that controls sleeping and waking. If you have narcolepsy, you may have “sleep attacks” in the middle of talking, working, or even driving.

HOW TO CURE SLEEPING PROBLEMS NATURALLY:

1. DON’T DO WORK OR OTHER STIMULATING ACTIVITIES IN BED- 


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 Working in bed can make you associate work with your bed, and so your brain may become alert at the stimuli of your bed. Talking with friends on the phone, playing games online, or any other activity that tends to wake you up rather than relax you should be avoided.

2. GO TO SLEEP WHEN YOU’RE TIRED- 


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This may sound obvious, but many people either stay up too late or try to go to bed when they’re not tired.[11] If you are too awake to sleep, try getting up and doing a relaxing activity, such as reading or meditation.[12] Going to sleep when you’re tired will help you develop a regular sleep schedule.

3. TRY COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY, OR CBT- 


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You may need to see a therapist to implement a fully effective plan. Cognitive behavioral therapy is a treatment plan used to treat a wide variety of mental illnesses, including anxiety and depression, both of which can contribute to insomnia. Sometimes CBT is used to treat insomnia directly, by focusing on changing negative thoughts about sleep itself.

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