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Sleep Deprivation 

Sleep Deprivation

Sleep Deprivation is a condition in which you do not get enough sleep. It can cause either wieght gain or weight loss sometimes also leads up to brain damages. 


Insomnia is simply the  inability to sleep. There are two types of  Insomnia, Primary Insomnia and Secondary Insomnia .
Primary Insomnia: Sleeplessness that is not caused by a medical condition.
Secondary Insomnia: Lack of sleep that is generated by a medical condition.

Sleep can be to some the state of your body  being at rest. But that is not all, sleep is also a period in which your body is recuperating to  be ready for the next day .

  1. Why is sleep important?
    Sleep is very important for your health. Sleep is involved in healing and repair of your heart and blood vessels. Ongoing sleep deficiency can be linked to an increased risk of heart disease, kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and stroke. As a student I have experienced many issues with the lack of sleep. At first one might not see the effects on his or her sleep deprivation but over period of times the more sleep time you lose you will begin to have drowsy eyes, back and leg pains and a less energized body. So when do you recover your energy if you did not sleep enough? The answer is at school or at work. Studies show that the reasons students are often caught sleeping in class is because they did not get enough sleep at the respected time. Pros of mild sleep deprivation. Yes, there are some good things affiliated with sleep loss. During school or work you will always come upon a point in your life where you have to stay up over time to finish an assignment. When driving to a destination on a set time you might have to stay up because you do not want to be late. By reading this a person can understand that sleep deprivation is only allowed during vital occasions.
  2. Alerting you to the consequences of Insomnia.
    There are many reasons why someone might not find sleeping to be easy, examples would be, surroundings and stress. Decrease in brain functions or cognitive impairment which can cause loss of focus, difficulty learning, lack of concentration and poor judgement. When not getting enough sleep you get emotionally irritated, short tempered or quick mood swings. This can negatively affect your relationships with friends and family, Depression and anxiety due to prolonged period of inadequate sleep or lack of sleep. Increased risks of accidents whether driving or working. Increased weight gain or obesity since many tend to eat more when we stay awake for a longer time.
  3. Diagnosis and Treatments for Insomnia
    Talk to your primary care provider if you are having trouble sleeping. ' Often times the doctor will evaluate the patient by conducting a physical examine or medical history and sleep history report. Any affected individual will be asked to keep a record of their sleep pattern for a week or two. Treatments There is no treatment for Acute Insomnia. This type of Insomnia last for a short period (1 day- 3 weeks). By exercising good sleeping habits you can easily recover from Mild Insomnia. Eating well and keeping your body fit will take care of any type of Chronic Insomnia which lasts longer than 4 weeks.
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