By Meir Kryger
A pioneer within the box of sleep medication exhibits girls find out how to clear up their sleep problems.
Do you toss and switch at evening? Do you get up again and again in any respect hours? Do you doze off within the daylight hours if you happen to don't need to? those might be signs of a nap affliction which can make you irritable and exhausted and will endanger your health.
Sleep issues between ladies are universal, yet until eventually lately they have been mostly misunderstood or misdiagnosed by means of the clinical institution. With cannot Sleep, cannot Say wide awake, Meir Kryger, M.D., a pace-setter in sleep problem examine and therapy, breaks throughout the secret to teach you why your sleep is unsatisfying or unpredictable, what the factors may be, and -- better of all -- what you are able to do to mend them. you are going to discover:
• What fit sleep is and what kind of you need to be getting each night
• Sleep difficulties detailed to ladies, together with these regarding menstruation, being pregnant, and menopause
• How relations, mental stipulations, and the 24/7 international could cause sleep problems
• tips on how to strive against particular issues akin to sleep apnea and insomnia which may be inflicting your symptoms
• counsel to the assistance and assets to be had in Canada you want to get treatment
The trip to an outstanding night's sleep starts with definitely the right details. With assistance from Dr. Kryger, you can start that trip and attain the nightly relaxation you would like for a more healthy and happier lifestyles.
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Extra info for Can\'t sleep, can\'t stay awake: a woman\'s guide to sleep disorders
The alternating pattern of waking in the daytime and sleeping during the darkness of night is so ingrained in human experience that we barely have a perspective on it at all. When we start thinking about sleep, many questions occur to us. What is sleep? Why do people and animals sleep at all? What occurs during sleep? What does it do for us? What happens if we don’t sleep or sleep too little? What causes the feelings of sleepiness and fatigue, and why do we feel this way when we have stayed awake too long?
What does it do for us? What happens if we don’t sleep or sleep too little? What causes the feelings of sleepiness and fatigue, and why do we feel this way when we have stayed awake too long? Does the sleep of women differ from that of men? What about the sleep of children, adolescents, and the elderly? People who pick up a book about sleep often do so because they or a family member or friend is having some difficulty with sleep. Sometimes, they have simply become curious about this essential part of our nature and want to learn more.
Older persons, especially after retirement, may start to nap again. Whether reduced nighttime sleep in the elderly is a consequence of the daytime naps is not clear. Many elderly people sleep poorly not just because of their age, but also as a consequence of a medical condition, medications, pain, sensitivity to their environment, or disruptions and changes in their sleep pattern. A survey of sleep in the older population, released in 2003, showed that older people without medical problems usually have normal sleep.
Can\'t sleep, can\'t stay awake: a woman\'s guide to sleep disorders by Meir Kryger