Insomnia is another common sleep problem. Presenting itself as trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, waking up too early then not being able to go back to sleep, or a combination of these problems. Insomnia can occur even if you are getting a full night of rest, meaning it can’t simply be “fixed” by getting more sleep.
Exact symptoms, causes, and severity are unique to each individual, meaning there is no one specific road to easing it.
Insomnia can affect every aspect of a person’s life, then causing a poor work performance, ability to go through day to day life, relationships, and many other needed things in life. People with Insomnia have a poorer quality in life, but we are here to help.
A third of adults have admitted to having Insomnia at some point in their life. Everyone suffers from sleep troubles from time to time, but most of the time it isn’t Insomnia. Those who do suffer from Insomnia are typically female, ones who suffer from mental health issues, older people, and people with high stress levels.
Insomnia can be chronic, acute, or transient. Short-term/acute Insomnia affects 15-20% of people, and can last up to 3 months. Chronic Insomnia affects 10% of people, on a regular basis.
Having trouble sleeping, still feeling tired after getting enough sleep to refresh you, daytime fatigue, irritability, anxiety, depression, or trouble paying attention, are all common symptoms of Insomnia.
Insomnia has been linked back to cardiovascular diseases, diabetes,and high blood pressure.