Sleep Apnea Specialists in Detroit, MI
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20944 Grand River Ave
Detroit, MI 48219
15565 Northlawn St
Detroit, MI 48238
16810 W Warren Ave
Detroit, MI 48228
2799 W Grand Blvd
Detroit, MI 48202
533 Detroit Metro Airport
Detroit, MI 48242
5E-Uhc 4201 St Antoine
Detroit, MI 48201
14150 Stahelin Ave
Detroit, MI 48223
250 E Harbortown Dr # 802
Detroit, MI 48207
3031 W Grand Blvd
Detroit, MI 48202
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Natural Sleep Aids to Cure Your Insomnia
by: Laura K Milton
What exactly is Insomnia?
Insomnia can be defined as having difficulty falling and staying asleep. It encompasses a variety of sleeping disorders from a lack of the amount of sleep you get to a lack of quality of sleep.There are three categories of insomnia
• Transient insomnia where sleeplessness lasts for several days to a couple of weeks
• Acute insomnia where the sleep disorder lasts for several weeks
• Chronic insomnia where the condition lasts for month's even years. Who is affected by Insomnia?
This sleeping disorder is found to affect people of all ages but there is evidence to suggest that women do commonly suffer more from insomnia than men. People suffering from a variety of medical conditions such as anxiety and depression, debilitating diseases, obesity and a weak immune system can increase the chances of suffering from sleep disorder and for longer periods of time.
Sleep deprivation from insomnia can be brought on by both psychological and physiological conditions. Transient insomnia may occur due to current events taking place in one's life. The more serious chronic insomnia may well be the result of an underlying medical condition.
Some causes of insomnia include;
• Substance abuse of drugs and alcohol
• Prescription medications
• Jet Lag
• Changes in your daily schedule
• Your health
• Hormonal changes
• Even your sleeping environment
Do you have a Sleeping Disorder?
While suffering from insomnia may be an indication of health issues how do we know if we are actually suffering from insomnia? What are the tell tale signs?
• Finding it hard to fall asleep every night
• Waking during the night sometimes repeatedly and then struggling to get back to sleep
• Waking too early in the morning then just lying there awake
• Never feeling rested and tired in the mornings
• Sluggish and fatigued throughout the day
• Stress, anxiety and depression
• Inability to concentrate
• Feeling sick every morning
• Worrying about your lack of sleep
How to treat your sleeping disorder
Firstly if you are concerned for your health you should consult with your health care provider. Quite often their recommendations will be for medical treatment such as prescription sleeping pills, anti-depressants and over the counter sleep aids. These solutions may work for some people but can also make a bad situation worse for many.
Treating your insomnia naturally is preferable as you can find the root of your problem, learn to deal with it, treat it and prevent it from happening in the future all the while avoiding the possibility of developing a dependency on drugs and their possible side effects.
Natural Sleep Aids
There are numerous natural approaches one can take to combat sleep disorders.
• Creating the perfect sleep environment - Comfort, setting, temperature and light
• Setting a sleep regimen - keep a rigid schedule, only use your bed for sleep and romance
• Lifestyle changes - Get daily exercise avoid caffeine, alcohol and smoking especially at night
• Use relaxation techniques - meditation, self hypnosis, light therapy, muscle relaxation
• Manage your stress and anxiety
• Color therapy or "chromo therapy"
• Herbal remedies and supplements
Taking the more holistic approach can be a life altering experience and open you up to a whole new way of living. To overcome your sleep disorder, learn some of the techniques mentioned above and find out which natural sleep aids work for you.
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