Quality sleep leads to Health

·Causes of Sleep Disorders

Conflict situations at work and at home, worry about your loved ones, existential problems, excessive physical exertion, all lead to stress. And stress can lead to serious sleep disorders. Their other cause may be excessive consumption of alcohol, nicotine, or coffee. If our bodies produce excessive amounts of hormones (such as adrenaline) that stimulate wakefulness, it can also lead to restless sleep, depressed mood and euphoria. Many people struggle to fall asleep after a heavy dinner. Others are affected by the phases of the Moon.
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·Symptoms of sleep disorders

The main symptoms are lack of sleep and intermittentsleep. Despite feeling completely exhausted physically, you are overexcited and constantly solving some problems in your head. Tension spreads throughout your body and it can tingle in your limbs. Even a strong and fast heartbeat can be a symptom of sleep disorders.

·How to Prevent Sleep Disorders

Avoid heavy fatty foods in the evening. Your bedroom should not be too heated, but it should not be too cold. A quality mattress and a quiet environment should help to cause relaxation situations. A short evening walk, or reading a book or listening to relaxing music in combination with deep conscious breathing, is a good help to get a better sleep and also try to go to bed every day at about the same time. It has been proven that people who work in shifts often have worse sleep, and their bodies can cope with constant changes in the rhythm of wakefulness and sleep.
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·Helpers in the fight against lack of sleep

do not immediately reach out to sleeping pills. If your diet contains enough essential calcium, magnesium and vitamin B6 (found in spinach, bananas, avocados, etc.), then in addition to herbal teas (lemon balm, etc.), bedtime supplements will help. Think about something fun before you fall asleep, so these positive thoughts will help you dive into the world of dreams.