How to deal with insomnia?
Sleep disorder (insomnia) is one of the most common and serious problems of our time. According to statistics, a typical person isasleepabout 30% of his life. Sleep is an integral and, of course, a very important part of human life. It influencesdirectlythe state of mental and physical health. At the same time, insomnia isone of the most common diseases standing in the list of reasons, for which people seek medical treatment. One can say that it goes together with the common cold, headaches and indigestion.
The need for sleep is individual for each person: one needsten hoursto sleep for the other just five hours will do. However, the sleep disorder or insomnia may affect everyone. A number of different reasons can cause thesleep disorder, and it manifests as difficulty in falling asleep, waking up early, fitful sleep, and frequent awakenings. Sleep problems immediately affect the appearance of the nervous system and the overall quality of life.
Causes of insomnia
Sleep disorders can be caused by several factors. Nowadays, the most common factors of it are stress, coffee, alcohol, nicotine and other "stimuli" of the nervous system. Furthermore, insomnia can be linked to a general medical condition and be "side effect" of other diseases.Primarily, they are nerve disorders (types of depression).
Experts do not recommend neglecting sleep problems because the overall health and quality of lifedepends on that directly. The sooner the patient manages to cope with insomnia, the faster he returns to the normal rhythm of life. If insomnia happens to you several times a year and mostly in stressful situations, you can probably solve the problem without the use of medication. The application of the ALMAG-3 (DIAMAG) device proved to be very effective in this case.
• Regular and systematic use of the ALMAG-3 device;
• Elimination of the use of stimulating products (coffee, chocolate);
• Avoiding alcohol beverages;
• Following the diet (do not overeat at night);
• Giving up smoking;
• Avoiding daytime sleep;
• When one take medication, checking to see if they affect sleep patterns;
• Taking a relaxing bath(1-2 hours before bedtime);
• Observing sleep hygiene (ventilating the room before going to bed, picking the most comfortable pillow and blanket).
In the case of regularly repeated or prolonged episodes of insomnia, you should consult your doctor.