How Not To Sleep With Stress

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sleep According to a survey made by a WHO associate, many people suffer from such diseases which they do not know about. They are quite ignorant about those diseases. If you find yourself waking up after a sleep of few hours or waking through out the night, then you are probably suffering from a disease called “parasomnia’ or “sleep maintenance insomnia”. As per the report of a 2005 US national Sleep foundation, about 75 per cent of adults suffer from this disease which they either do not know or o not realize.

It is found that we are the worst enemies of ourselves when it comes to a solid night sleep. You must have a mental frame work of having a sound sleep at night. According to Dr. Rubin Naiman, the author of Healing Night: The Science and Spirit of Sleeping, Dreaming and Awakening, if people have a desire to have a sound sleep at night, they can have it easily even if they consume too much of caffeine.



Dr. Jeffrey Thompson considers the stress as one of the main reasons for not having a sound sleep at night. The mental stress prevents to have the readiness that is required to have a sound night’s sleep. During our daily life activities, we overburden ourselves but fail to provide it the required rest or relaxation.

Jeffrey Thompson adds that our nervous system is also overloaded with extra burden so it does not respond in the timely manner and that prevents you from a sleep at night. If you do not go to bed with a relaxed and free mind, you won’t be able to sleep comfortably. This sleeplessness acts as a hurdle for you next night as well. If this happens quite regularly, then you become a victim of insomnia.



A new generation of sleep doctors and scientist has come up with their own idea of avoiding the situation of sleeplessness. They advice that if you make slight changes in your routine and also try to visualize the reasons of your stress, you can possibly enjoy a very comfortable and sound sleep at night.



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