Sleep is a naturally recurring state of the body. It rejuvenates the immune, skeletal, muscular and nervous system. Lack of sleep or insomnia is the most common sleep disorder. If left untreated it increases depression, diabetes, hypertension and even death.
According to a new research middle age sleep problems could later lead to Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers from the Uppsala University Sweden have found that specific regions in the brain that contributes to a person’s appetite become more activated after loss of single night’s sleep. This means that in the long run there is a tendency for those affected with sleep problems to become overweight.
To ensure a good night’s sleep try following these steps. Avoid caffeine, nicotine and alcohol before going to bed. Establish a pre-sleep routine, develop a consistent sleep schedule, exercise and never watch the clock while you are trying to sleep. If nothing of the above said works then read this post and automatically you will fall asleep.
This is the latest update about sleep, it was found in a study that taking sleeping pills results in premature death. Even a low amount of 18 pills per year increase the chances of premature death.
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