10-May-2021 - 1 min read
My mother does always tell me to follow my dreams, so I always take a nap, so I can have more dreams to follow.
For you that don’t have a dream, don’t give up, sleep more and longer...SMILE
A good night's sleep has been more of an indulgence in today's fast-paced world. It has slipped behind jobs, chores, social time, and entertainment on our priority list.
Sleep, on the other hand, should not be considered a privilege. It's just as important as diet and water for your physical and mental well-being.
Sleep problems are illnesses that keep you from getting enough sleep on a daily basis. Jet lag, fatigue, and a packed schedule will all disrupt your sleep on occasion. If the sleep is regularly disrupted, it may be a symptom of a sleep disorder.
There are several common sleep disorders:
Insomnia is a condition marked by trouble falling asleep, trouble remaining asleep, or both.
Sleep apnea is a sleep disturbance that occurs when your airway gets blocked repeatedly while you sleep.
Narcolepsy involves daytime “sleep attacks,” which are characterized by suddenly feeling very sleepy or falling asleep without warning.
Restless leg syndrome (RLS) is a sensation that you need to move your legs constantly, even when asleep.
Sleep quality is as important as sleep quantity.
Many people with sleep disorders sleep for an adequate amount of time but don’t reach a deep enough stage of sleep to feel well-rested and refreshed in the morning. Waking up frequently in the night can also prevent you from reaching the critical stages of sleep.
Sleep disorders may be a symptom of an underlying medical condition.
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