Sleep is vital to your health and well-being, but for some people, it’s elusive. According to the NHS, a third of British adults experience some type of sleep loss or sleep disorder. Sleeping issues can interfere with the quality of your life, your physical health, and negatively affect your emotional balance, cognitive ability, and motor skills. If you suffer from sleeping issues, you understand that this disruption can cause problems in all aspects of your life.
While the amount of sleep a person needs can vary, it seems that for optimal health, you should get seven to eight hours per night. This amount of sleep should be good quality and during the right times, as your body has a cycle of restoration and rejuvenation which it works through. When you don’t get enough quality sleep, you don’t wake up feeling rested. Outside of the normal fatigue, negative attitude, and fogginess that you may experience with lack of enough quality sleep, it has also been linked to many long-term health problems, including: obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, mood disorders, poor immune function, alcohol dependence and reduced life expectancy.
The most commonly reported sleep disorder is insomnia, which occurs due to various biological, psychological, and social factors, including chronic stress. Insomnia can include issues with falling asleep, staying asleep, or quality of sleep. While sleep issues may be common, it doesn’t mean you have to accept them as a part of your everyday life.
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