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How to have a good night's sleep - causes and cure.

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Exercising in the later afternoon tends to be the best time. This makes the raise in energy end when it's time for bed. Exercise, but not right before bedtime. Being fit will reduce the little aches and pains which will help you sleep better, but if you do cardio-exercise right before bedtime, your system will remain on high for a good while afterwards, making it very difficult to fall asleep. Exercising just before bedtime will prevent you from sleeping soundly and is best avoided.

Exercising increases your body temperature, while a cooler body temperature is associated with sleep onset. While your exercise routine should vary, late afternoon exercises will make for the best night?s rest. Exercise helps you eliminate stress and loose weight. Excess weight can contribute to snoring. Exercise: Vigorous exercise releases excess physical energy and mortal tension. We know now that exercise is probably the best way to rid you body of excess stress hormones that cause you to be everything from irritable to a restless night's sleep.

Lack of sleep and stress create a cycle that can be hard to break. Stress leads to less sleep which in turn increases stress making the sleep problem even worse…and around and around you go. Lack of sleep could put you at risk for high blood pressure, stroke and heart disease. It can impact relationships, cause job loss and trigger accidents. Lack of proper sleep has even been linked to excess weight gain.

Lack of sleep can be brought on by a number of factors, including sleep disorders, shift work and a busy lifestyle. Previous research has shown that sleep plays an important role in laying down our memories and ensuring that our metabolism, immune system and regenerative processes work properly. Lack of calcium and magnesium can also cause wakefulness; try up to 500 mg of calcium after meals and at bedtime (up to 1,500 mg daily), combined with magnesium (up to 1,000 mg daily). Lack of sleep also makes people irritable and impatient, which makes caregiving even harder.

Lack of sleep isn't the only problem: Too little or too much sleep can increase your perception of fatigue, as can poor-quality sleep. Even if you get enough hours of sleep, you'll probably find yourself dragging more than usual the next day if that sleep was interrupted by frequent awakenings or lacked an important part of its nightly architecture of brain waves.

Women are very susceptible to poor sleep as care giving and relationship stress plays such a great role in our lives. For instance, studies show that marital happiness is a key element to excellent sleep in women. Women going through menopause often complain about insomnia and poor sleeping habits, not by choice. Remember, in addition to having trouble getting to sleep and staying asleep, you also have the unwanted effects of night sweats, hot flashes, joint pain, and so on.

Beds play a very important role in helping us unwind after a long and stressful day at work. Bedwetting happens when a child does not wake up when her bladder is full at night. Many children who wet the bed seem to sleep heavily and are harder to wake than other children.

Caffeine and nicotine are stimulants and they can make it hard to get to sleep. And while alcohol may help you fall asleep, it is noted for disrupting sleep in the early morning hours. Caffeine and nicotine are stimulants that can interfere with the process of falling asleep. Although many people think of alcohol as a sedative, it actually disrupts sleep and causes nighttime awakening. Caffeine can stay in your system for up to eight hours and if you drink coffee, tea, energy drinks, or pop late in the day you may have trouble sleeping. Alcohol also has a significant impact on sleep.

Stress can have a significant impact. The more stress you have in your life, the more difficult it can be to get a good night's sleep. Stress and an inability to shut down is often a factor in causing sleepless nights. If you are having trouble sleeping, it is particularly important that you turn it off well before bedtime.

Depression frequently coexists with anxiety, another common cause of insomnia. Fortunately, like depression, anxiety is largely treatable with various forms of talk therapy, medication, or both. Depression is very common amongst people with insomnia, and treatment of the underlying mood problem can improve sleep quality. Is my patient nervous or anxious? Depression and anxiety are the most common mental health problems experienced amongst individuals.

Insomnia and lack of sleep are normally caused by stress and worry and these in themselves also contribute to erectile dysfunction. If you are stressed and you experience incidents in which you are unable to get an erection your stress is likely to increase considerably which will only compound the problem. Insomnia is a significant lack of high-quality sleep. It can be short-term or chronic. Insomnia is found to play a major role in the occurrence of the ED in men. A lack of sleep is also known to cause depression which in itself is an indicator for erectile dysfunction.

Avoid coffee and excessive use of caffeine, particularly in the afternoon or evening. Avoid exercising within 2-3 hours of bedtime, however. The stimulation of the exercise may cause you to have trouble falling asleep.


   
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