What is Insomnia?Causes, Signs and symptoms, Diagnosis and treatment

What is Insomnia?Causes, Signs and symptoms, Diagnosis and treatment

Today'S topic is insomnia. Insomnia is difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, even when a person has the chance to do so. People with insomnia can feel dissatisfied with their sleep and usually experience one or more of the following symptoms fatigue, low energy difficulty in concentrating mood, disturbances and decrease performance in work or school causes. Insomnia can be caused by physical and psychological factors. There is sometimes an underlying medical condition that causes chronic insomnia, while transient insomnia may be due to a recent event or occurrence disruptions in circadian rhythm jet lag, jobs, shift changes, high altitudes environmental noise, extreme heat or cold psychological issues, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety disorders or psychotic Disorders, medical conditions, chronic pain, chronic fatigue syndrome, congestive, heart failure, angina acid reflux disease, Gerda, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, sleep, apnea, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, hyperthyroidism arthritis, brain lesions, tumors, stroke hormones, estrogen hormone shifts during menstruation other factors sleeping next to a snoring partner, parasites, genetic Conditions overactive mind pregnancy, signs and symptoms.

Insomnia itself may be a symptom of an underlying medical condition. However, there are many signs and symptoms that are associated with insomnia difficulty falling asleep at night. Waking during the night waking earlier than desired still feeling tired. After a night's sleep, daytime fatigue or sleepiness irritability, depression or anxiety, poor concentration and focus being uncoordinated, an increase in error or accidents. Tension headaches feels like a tight band around the head.

Difficulty socializing gastrointestinal symptoms, worrying about sleeping diagnosis. Your doctor will ask questions about your medical conditions, social environment, psychological or emotional conditions, sleep history. This will provide information that can help refine underlying causes of sleep problems. You might be asked to keep a sleep log recording when you fall asleep note whether you wake up repeatedly report. What time you wake up each day, treatment of insomnia, they're, both pharmaceutical and non pharmaceutical treatments for insomnia, sleep hygiene training may be recommended. Sometimes behaviors that interfere with sleep are causing this omneya sleep. Hygiene training can help you change some of these destructive behaviors, such as avoiding caffeinated beverages near bedtime, avoiding exercise near bedtime minimizing time spent on your bed when you're not specifically intending to fall asleep such as watching TV or surfing the web on your cell phone, sometimes Medications are used to treat insomnia an example of an over-the-counter medication that can be used for sleep is an antihistamine medications like this have side effects. So it's important to talk to a doctor before starting yourself on and over-the-counter medication for insomnia.