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What are the Side effects of insomnia and it's prevention - Health-Teachers

Adequate sleep is just as important as oxygen and food for survival. Lack of sleep is not only harmful to human health but also dangerous.
What are the Side effects of insomnia and it's prevention - Health-Teachers

Adequate sleep is just as important as oxygen and food for survival. Lack of sleep is not only harmful to human health but also dangerous.

This was also proved when the results of experiments on rats in the United States showed that rats that could not sleep completely for three weeks. Died within, while their average age is two to three years.


Insomnia affects not only daily activities but also emotions, general relationships, and economic life. In addition, not getting enough sleep can seriously affect not only our nervous system but also our memory and general health.

What are the Side effects of insomnia and it's prevention - Health-Teachers

According to psychologists, insomnia weakens the parts of our brain that play an important role in controlling emotions and making decisions. Insomnia is also one of the symptoms of many mental illnesses such as depression and people with mental illness often complain of insomnia.
Dr. Kripske, a psychiatrist at the American Institute of Health, says it is important to treat insomnia on time and that the most effective treatment is behavioral therapy, which trains a person to change their habits and lifestyle.

Dr. Kripske also says that it is important to adopt behavioral therapy before taking sleeping pills, and when you go to the doctor, think that your condition can be cured through counseling without taking insomnia. According to the American National Institute of Health, eight hours of restful sleep at night requires the following:

What are the Side effects of insomnia and it's prevention - Health-Teachers

  • Set a bedtime
  • Eat meals on time and do light exercise a few hours before bed
  • Stop drinking caffeinated beverages, such as tea, coffee, chocolate, and cigarettes, two or three hours before bedtime
  • Bathing in warm water before bed is also good for restful sleep
  • When you go to bed, put your worries aside and think about the happy moments of the day
  • Keep your room temperature reasonable.
  • If insomnia persists, consult a doctor in a timely manner before it affects your health
According to a study conducted last year by the Gilani Research Foundation, a non-governmental organization in Pakistan, 5% of Pakistanis suffer from the worst form of insomnia, while 30% suffer from some form of the disease. Similarly, according to the American Institute of Health, 20% of people in the United States suffer from insomnia.

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