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What is Insomnia?


Insomnia is the lack of ability to get the right amount of sleep you need to enable you to wake up feeling rested and refreshed. Because different people need different amounts of sleep, insomnia is referred to how you feel after sleeping, not the number of hours you sleep or how quickly you doze off. Even if you are spending about eight hours a night in bed, if you feel drowsy and sleepy during the day, you may be suffering from insomnia.

Insomnia Symptoms include:

  • Difficulty falling off to sleep despite being tired;
  • Trouble getting back to your sleep after waking up through the night;
  • Waking up too early in the morning;
  • Taking medication or consuming alcohol to fall asleep;
  • Not feeling refreshed and relaxed after sleep;
  • Daytime drowsiness, fatigue, or irritability;
  • Having a problem concentrating during the day;


Causes of Insomnia

Try to figure out why you can’t sleep. In order to properly solve your insomnia problem, you need to become a sleep detective. People that suffer from emotional issues such as stress, anxiety and depression are found to be more likely to suffer from insomnia. But your daytime habits, bedtime routine, physical and mental health can also play a significant role in you sleep pattern at night.

It’s very important to be able to identify all the possible causes of insomnia. Try using a sleep diary to record daily details about your daytime habits or activities, sleep routine and insomnia symptoms. For example, you can keep track of when you go to sleep or wake up, what you eat and drink before going to bed, the medications that you consume and any stressful events that occur during the day. Once you figure out the root of the problem that is causing your insomnia, you’ll be able to take treatment accordingly.


Treatment for Insomnia

You should try and seek help if your insomnia has become a pattern, or if you feel tired or sleepy during the day, and it interferes with your everyday life. Most people have brief periods of difficulty sleeping (for example, a few days after starting a new job), but if insomnia lasts longer and happens often, you should seek help.

One should begin by calling a physician or bringing up the topic of sleep at your next GP visit if you have one scheduled. If your doctor is knowledgeable about sleep disorders, he or she will guide you through the next step, which may involve an assessment and further testing, or might refer you to a sleep specialist. Your doctor may also give you some basic information about healthy sleep habits which should help with insomnia.  Your GP may also discuss medical treatment options to consider or may refer you to a psychotherapist if your sleep disorder seems connected to anxiety, depression or a major life adjustment.

If you don't feel satisfied after the visit with your physician, ask for a referral to another physician who specializes in sleep disorders or consult other doctors. It's important to find a doctor who has the proper knowledge and training to treat your insomnia.







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