Twilight nights at work, tension and racingÂ
No time for a nap?Â Lack of sleep is a result to many health problems.Â Even though, itâ€™s understood each individualÂ needs sleep for a minimum of six hours a day, doctors say that theÂ sleep requirementsÂ vary by individual factors, but a good benchmark to use is six hours.
Twilight hours, tension and racing, exist in this fast-paced worldÂ may be inhibiting the benchmark that's needed for proper sleep and keeps you from hitting the bed on time. Studies undertaken are showing amazing numbers of individuals have some sort of problem relating toÂ Sleep Disorder. Doctors say this is a very serious health problem and claim itâ€™s alarming considering an array of health problems, which are connected, to Sleep-Deprivation.
Some individuals feel working at such a high-pace earns distinction, but this mentalityâ€™ is the very trait that brings about havoc to their health.Â TheÂ fast-paced lifeÂ and high-stress levels prompt many to stay-up much too long at night,â€ â€œSleep debt involves the accumulation of sleep over a length of time. Even if, a person sleeps an hour less one day that one hour gets counted and added-up. The sleep debt is commonly tried to get back over the weekend, but this shouldnâ€™t be considered to be such a good idea as it leads to a range of other health problems.â€™â€™Â
Sometimes sleep deprivation has been passed-overand seen as the result of other diseases, â€œspecialists have made it very clear and are campaigning to spread awareness lack of sleep is tremendously harmfulâ€. When the brain releases a certain hormone, a person feels ready for sleep. Over a period of time, delayed release of this hormone may cause chronic sleep deprivation, which may further lead to hypertension, diabetes and even cardiac problems,â€ The results can lead to cardiac diseases, obesity and stroke. Sleepâ€“disorder play big factors how youâ€™re able to remember things loss of memory should be evaluated for sleep disorders as it might be a major factor behind the problems.Â A staggering 30% of the population may suffer in the US from insomnia or insufficient sleep syndrome, but the bigger problem, 70% of individuals that visit a doctor with a sleep disorder, â€œWONâ€™T talk about their problemâ€
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