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Insomnia's Facts On Our Health And Tips For Getting To Sleep

Updated: Aug 4, 2022

Insomnia is a sleep disorder in which affected people have difficulty falling asleep, or experience repeated awakenings or prolonged insomnia. If you are suffering from insomnia then you should be also concerned about this health related problems. But what many people don’t know is that this can adversely affect our mental and physical health.


By the end of this blog, we will be able to take steps to combat insomnia so it doesn’t come back to bite us in the butt again.



Insomnia makes it harder for us to get a healthy night's sleep


Insomnia is a very common disorder. It is estimated that about 10% of people experience insomnia at some point in their lives, and almost a third of us will have it at some point. Insomnia makes it harder for us to get a healthy night's sleep, and as a result, we feel tired and fatigued during the day.


Insomnia has been linked to many diseases, including heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity. There are several different types of insomnia: primary insomnia (insomnia that is not caused by an illness or other sleep disorder), secondary insomnia (insomnia that is caused by another condition) and comorbid insomnia (insomnia that occurs along with another sleep disorder).


Primary insomnia can be caused by stress, changes in your environment, poor sleep habits or other factors. Treatment for primary insomnia may include making lifestyle changes such as getting regular exercise and avoiding alcohol and caffeine. Secondary insomnia can be caused by medical conditions such as asthma or depression. Treatment for secondary insomnia may include treating the underlying condition. Comorbid insomnia is often treated by treating both the underlying condition and the insomnia itself.



People who experience insomnia report experiencing symptoms that are related to increased stress and anxiety


People with insomnia report higher levels of stress and anxiety. Stress can be a cause of insomnia, and the condition itself makes it more difficult to cope with stress. In addition, people with insomnia are much more likely to develop mood disorders such as depression, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), panic disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. In fact, half of all people who have experienced major depression also experience insomnia or hypersomnia (excessive sleepiness).


To combat insomnia, experts suggest limiting your use of screens before bedtime, adjusting your sleeping environment so that it is conducive to restful sleep, and only go bed when you are actually tired.



Insomnia can also impact our productivity at work, as well as our physical health


It's not surprising that this lack of sleep can affect the ability to function during the day. People with insomnia may be less productive at work and school because they're unable to concentrate properly. They also may be accident-prone because they can't react quickly enough when driving or operating machinery.

If your insomnia lasts for more than three months, it is considered chronic and may be a symptom of another problem. Chronic insomnia is linked to many diseases such as hypertension, depression, diabetes and obesity.


In addition to making you feel tired the next day, insomnia can cause memory problems and make it hard for you to concentrate on tasks. If left untreated it can make people more likely to experience accidents or injuries due to lack of concentration from sleep deprivation.




Sleeping aids and natural remedies, like a lavender-based sleeping spray, can help us sleep better


If you’re having trouble sleeping, you may be tempted to try anything and everything to get some shut-eye. Consider trying these five strategies to help improve your sleep.

Set a bedtime routine and stick to it as best as possible.

This includes things like going to bed at the same time each night, doing relaxing activities like reading before bed, and keeping electronics out of your bedroom.

Avoid naps.

Limit caffeine drinks and alcohol.

Exercise regularly.

Aroma-therapy.




What they said?


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Vase Creation Organic Stress Relief Pillow Mist is one of our top-selling products. Many people love the product for its calming and soothing scents. If you're not a fan of synthetic fragrances, this product is made with all-natural ingredients that use super blend of essential oils, specially formulated by our founder Formula Chemist Professional, to create a clean and therapeutic smell.


The aroma therapy in the product is perfect for helping you fall asleep faster and deeper. The scent also helps you relax. The wonderful smell of lavender in the mist makes it ideal for those who have trouble falling asleep at night. It also helps your mind calm down from an exhausting day of work.





 

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