Wednesday, May 25, 2011

How to Deal with Insomnia….One common problem with expert solutions.

                           THE SLEEP SPECIALIST

          Try Behavior Changes and proper medication. At night keep away from bright light. In the morning, open the blinds and go out for a walk, to tell your brain, “This is the start of the day.” You can try over the counter sleep aids, but if you suffer more than 3 weeks, see a doctor. Prescription drugs are safe when used judiciously, and better than the consequences of not sleeping.

          Go to the bed And Get Up at the same time daily. Keep your room dark and quite, and remove distractions (no working in bed). Have a cup of herbal tea, such as chamomile, to relax your body. And remember, people who eat a healthy diet of whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and low fat protein feel better and sleep better.

          Stress Often Plays important role in insomnia, so try to change your reaction to it. Don’t exercise or eat at the end of the day, I mean late night or limit caffeine, alcohol and nicotine. Enjoying a warm bath can help. Also, try taking 100mg of calcium or source of food (it may calm your muscles and nerves, helping you sleep).

          Lying In Bed, starting from your legs and moving up to your head, tense your muscles at a time a time, then release. Your body will feel more relaxed, like a rubber band after it’s been stretched. And try soothing alternative-nostril breathing. Exhale through one nostril, using your fingers to close the opposite nostril. Breathe in and out; then switch back and forth.

LACK OF SLEEP Impairs our ability to Metabolize glucose, and can lead to early-stage TYPE -2 DIABETES.
        And lastly I can say don’t underestimate the dangers of insomnia, including accidents from drowsiness. If you are overweight, sleep apnoea could be the cause, even 5% weight loss can reduce many symptoms. A combination of all the twice here offers the best chance to sleep robustly , but if you’re still counting sleep, see a specialist for a diagnosis and advise on wise use of medications.

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