The Cause And Remedy To The Cant Stay Asleep Syndrome

Publié par hamza lion dimanche 22 mars 2015

By Lelia Hall


Communication is vital to all species on earth. As humans, there are those word or phrases used most times consciously or subconsciously. It is common to hear people saying "cant stay asleep" or even that may come from you. To those who have speech disabilities or are not yet to the level of mastering speaking, actions speak louder than words. A good example is the cry of babies at night which is such a disturbance to those taking a break from the hustle and bustle they've gone through during their daily routines. From this and other reasons, it has caught attention of scientists who have indulged themselves in finding out the cause and a solution to insomnia.

From research, it shows that approximately 40 million Americans undergo sleeping disorders at certain stage in their life ranging from mild cases to acute ones. A sample of 1200 Americans were taken whose age ranged from 21-31. This research was conducted by Health Maintenance Organization in machigan. It showed that 16.6% were affected by life insomnia, 8.2% by hyperinsomnia and 8% by hyperinsomnia plus life insomnia. Considering the age, the youth seem to score high which can be associated with long hours they spend on the computer. In terms of gender, women were more than the men.

A lot of efforts from government and NGOs have been put into insomnia research. Some of the institutions in the forefront of this fight are The Insomnia Center at Clayton sleep institute. This institution runs diagnosis and treatment using focused and dedicated emphasis on comprehensive care for patient suffering this condition.

Some of the topmost causes of this sleeping disorder include psychiatric disorder, hectic work schedule, poor lifestyle, anxiety brought by different life situations e. G. Medical reports, exams in students etc.

Mental conditions are also an area that need to be addressed if steps are to be made in the quest to fulfill normal sleeping patterns. This ranges from depression, post-traumatic stress from death of loved ones, or even rape cases. Chronic pain from diseases such as cancer, and headache also contribute to this condition. It's scientific that patient with persistent and untreated insomnia have a higher chances of recurrent episodes and onset of depression.

Drug or substance abuse is also a major contributing factor to sleeping disorder. It's now a well-known fact that alcohol interferes with the normal sleeping pattern by disrupting certain neurotransmitters in the brain that regulate sleep. Cocaine as a stimulant drug induces a sense of euphoria which later is followed by a sense of depression. This drug has an effect on dopamine; a chemical produced in the brain thus interfering with sleep pattern. Other drugs include marijuana and khat/miraa.

One good news is that several ways of diagnosis and treatment have being discovered. People suffering chronic or mild insomnia are advised to improve their lifestyle and behavioral approaches to situations that can make them to have their healthy sleeping habits back. It is worth mentioning that many drugs have side effects but minor ones.

With the above stated advice, it's highly recommended to get treatment earlier rather than later as this increases the recovery rate and less personal in the effort to discard the condition and reduced development of associate disorders.




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dimanche 22 mars 2015

The Cause And Remedy To The Cant Stay Asleep Syndrome

Posted by hamza lion 13:16, under | No comments

By Lelia Hall


Communication is vital to all species on earth. As humans, there are those word or phrases used most times consciously or subconsciously. It is common to hear people saying "cant stay asleep" or even that may come from you. To those who have speech disabilities or are not yet to the level of mastering speaking, actions speak louder than words. A good example is the cry of babies at night which is such a disturbance to those taking a break from the hustle and bustle they've gone through during their daily routines. From this and other reasons, it has caught attention of scientists who have indulged themselves in finding out the cause and a solution to insomnia.

From research, it shows that approximately 40 million Americans undergo sleeping disorders at certain stage in their life ranging from mild cases to acute ones. A sample of 1200 Americans were taken whose age ranged from 21-31. This research was conducted by Health Maintenance Organization in machigan. It showed that 16.6% were affected by life insomnia, 8.2% by hyperinsomnia and 8% by hyperinsomnia plus life insomnia. Considering the age, the youth seem to score high which can be associated with long hours they spend on the computer. In terms of gender, women were more than the men.

A lot of efforts from government and NGOs have been put into insomnia research. Some of the institutions in the forefront of this fight are The Insomnia Center at Clayton sleep institute. This institution runs diagnosis and treatment using focused and dedicated emphasis on comprehensive care for patient suffering this condition.

Some of the topmost causes of this sleeping disorder include psychiatric disorder, hectic work schedule, poor lifestyle, anxiety brought by different life situations e. G. Medical reports, exams in students etc.

Mental conditions are also an area that need to be addressed if steps are to be made in the quest to fulfill normal sleeping patterns. This ranges from depression, post-traumatic stress from death of loved ones, or even rape cases. Chronic pain from diseases such as cancer, and headache also contribute to this condition. It's scientific that patient with persistent and untreated insomnia have a higher chances of recurrent episodes and onset of depression.

Drug or substance abuse is also a major contributing factor to sleeping disorder. It's now a well-known fact that alcohol interferes with the normal sleeping pattern by disrupting certain neurotransmitters in the brain that regulate sleep. Cocaine as a stimulant drug induces a sense of euphoria which later is followed by a sense of depression. This drug has an effect on dopamine; a chemical produced in the brain thus interfering with sleep pattern. Other drugs include marijuana and khat/miraa.

One good news is that several ways of diagnosis and treatment have being discovered. People suffering chronic or mild insomnia are advised to improve their lifestyle and behavioral approaches to situations that can make them to have their healthy sleeping habits back. It is worth mentioning that many drugs have side effects but minor ones.

With the above stated advice, it's highly recommended to get treatment earlier rather than later as this increases the recovery rate and less personal in the effort to discard the condition and reduced development of associate disorders.




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