Common sleep disorders and their treatment

 

Common sleep disorders and their treatment

Sleep is as important to human life as food. If you don't get enough sleep, you will have difficulty in carrying out the tasks of the next day.

Disorders and bad habits of sleep and their treatment

A good night's sleep is essential to the well-being of everyday life. If you do not get a good night's sleep, you may experience fatigue, anxiety and many other psychological problems. Let's take a look at the different disorder and habits that interfere with our sleep during sleep.


Sleep Walking

Walking in sleep is a manifestation of a state between sleep and wakefulness. During this condition, the person gets up from his bed and starts walking and the person suffering from this condition is completely unaware of his movements. This condition can include getting up from bed, going to the bathroom, walking or going out of the house, cleaning and doing various other activities.

People who have nightmares have their eyes open, but they are completely unaware of it. Fatigue, alcoholism, anxiety, illness or the effects of certain medications can also cause a person to suffer from this condition. If the condition worsens, a physician should be consulted. There are a number of ways in which this condition can be alleviated.

Walking in sleep is a manifestation of a state between sleep and wakefulness.


Dream Verbal (Somniluki or Sleep Talking)


Verbal dreaming is also a condition in which a person talks during sleep or in other words makes sounds out of his mouth. During sleep, a person mutters, shouts, and utters strange, meaningless words.

Those voices can be meaningless, as well as exaggerating the situation throughout the day. Psychological problems, alcoholism, insomnia, stress, etc. can also cause nightmares. The person suffering from verbal abuse does not realize his condition at all until his voice is recorded and heard.

This is a harmless habit. No need to worry. Often people with nightmares or nightmares can also suffer from it. There is currently no complete cure, but over time the condition will improve.

You can also get rid of this habit by making a daily sleep schedule, avoiding alcohol, avoiding stress and eating heavy meals at night. If this condition worsens, you should consult a good doctor.


Hyponic jerk (sleep shock)


If a person has a sudden jolt during sleep, this condition is called hypnosis. In this condition, a person may feel as if he is falling from a high place. This condition often occurs at the beginning of sleep or in raw sleep. When we sleep, the muscles of our body become relaxed and we suddenly feel a jolt due to the contraction of the muscles and we wake up. Sleep deprivation is a common cause of fatigue and stress and is a normal manifestation.


Narcolepsy:


People with this condition start falling asleep anytime anywhere, these sleep shocks are so severe that a person suddenly falls asleep. These sleep disturbances can last from a few seconds to several minutes. Driving or machinery work can be dangerous for people with this condition.

The causes of the disease are not completely clear, but experts believe it is a genetic disease. Hormonal changes, stress, abnormal sleep, etc. also cause this disease. In case of severe disease, a doctor should be consulted.


Sleep paralysis


In this condition, the rapid eye movement during sleep (the movement of the eyelids in sleep) awakens our mind, but the body is still at rest and remains paralyzed. The person experiencing this condition sees horrible shapes, nightmares and hallucinations.

In the case of sleep paralysis, rapid eye movement during sleep awakens our mind, but the body is still at rest.

According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, there are a number of causes for this condition, including anxiety, alcoholism, depression, and insomnia. Most people consider this condition to be the shadow of giants. You can get rid of this condition by improving your sleep schedule. In case of severity, consult a doctor and some treatment methods can be used to get rid of this condition.


Snoring


Snoring is when the sounds come out with tremors due to obstruction of breath during sleep. Snoring is not harmful, but its severity can be somewhat harmful and there is a risk of stroke or heart attack.

Snoring can have many causes, including obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease or alcoholism. Snoring can be a nuisance for your partner. The good news is that snoring can now be cured to some extent or at least controlled, for which it is best to consult a good physician.

Shortness of breath due to obstruction of breath during sleep is called snoring.


Feeling hungry in sleep


Sleep deprivation and severe hunger are a disease that the sufferer is unaware of. He wakes up at night and eats, which can lead to obesity. The specific causes of this may not be discovered, but it can be due to stress, dieting, anxiety, nightmares or even nightmares.


Sleep Abuse (Hyper Somnia)


In this condition, the person feels severe sleep during the day and during work. Unfortunately, despite sleeping, he does not get enough sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, up to 40% of people have been affected at some point.

A person can also suffer from sleep deprivation, weight gain, alcoholism, stress or injury. You can get rid of this condition immediately by consulting a good doctor.


Restless Legs Syndrome


Some people have a habit of constantly shaking their legs due to restlessness in their legs during sleep, which is annoying to many people. It can cause burning, itching, fatigue, iron deficiency, alcohol and coffee abuse.

This condition can be controlled with the help of massage and exercise. The severity of the condition can be a cause for concern, so a good doctor should be consulted.


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