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I have trouble sleeping for more than 3 hours a night. Do you think I have a sleep disorder?

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You might want to look into your bedding. Is you pillow comfortable enough? Here is a good guide - https://dailysleep.org/most-comfortable-pillow/

Posted on Dec 18, 2019

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Many people experience problems with sleeping. Generally, it's because of stress, travel, disease, or other transitory intrusions to your ordinary daily work. Be that as it may, if a sleep disorder is a regular issue and meddle with your everyday life, you might experience the ill effects of sleep problems.

Sleep disorder is a condition that regularly impacts your capacity to get enough quality sleep. While it's not unexpected to infrequently encounter challenges sleeping, it's not typical to routinely have issues getting the opportunity to sleep during the evening, to wake up inclination depleted, or to feel languid during the day. Use C-pap masks or CPAP masks for side sleepers will help to have a break free and deep sleep at night.

Posted on Aug 31, 2019

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If this happens sometimes which can be the result of stress and workload then you can't determine this situation to be a sleep disorder. I do face severe sleep disorder which can't let me sleep for the whole night, however, I just ignored the situation but when it remains, as usual, decided to buy oxazepam (oxazepam kopen) from one of the online site selling them for relaxation and ultimately the sleep for the whole night without interruption.

Posted on Sep 29, 2018

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A bad night's sleep can wreak havoc on the rest of our day. It can significantly affect our eagerness, impact on our temper, reduce our energy levels and hence have a negative influence on our interactions with others.
A good first step is to establish where the problem lies; do we fight to actually go to sleep in the first place or is it that we wake up and then find it impossible to go back to sleep. Some people find that they awaken in the early hours, their mind racing. For others, they are casually wide awake, with nothing specific on their mind.
There may be reasons to explain the root of these sleeping problems. Probably the birth of a child prompted the needs to be alert in case he or she needed outlook during the night or a burglary that caused feelings of insecurity in the home and a need to be additional vigilant.

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Our sleep is affected a lot by our lifestyle mostly food, stress and so on. If you are getting less sleep try to consult your doctor and try medication.

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There may be lots of reasons behind trouble sleeping and sleeplessness. Stress and depression can be the reason, so first you should consult with your doctor...

Posted on Oct 16, 2015

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You can't just make an assessment like that with such little information. It's possible that if you've tried all the tips to help you get more sleep and you still are struggling, that you might have a sleep disorder of some kind. But as sleep problems can also indicate other medical issues, I would go to your family physician and ask for help.

Posted on Feb 20, 2013

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- body clock out of adjustment: if your natural rhythms are disturbed, say by sleeping in all the time, you will become a night owl. Do to bed and get up at the same times, and seek sunlight in the mornings.

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Anyone got any tips for getting a better nights sleep without having to take medication?


Try some of the following tips. It's what I use to help myself feel relaxed and then I can fall asleep easier.

Try going to bed at the same time every night, even on the weekends. The routine is really helpful for your body clock.

Follow the same kind of routine every night ie shower, teeth, reading in bed as this also sends triggers to your mind.

Sleep in a cool room without any background noise.

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