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Understanding the Symptoms of Sleep Deprivation

Sleep is a natural recurring condition of the body and mind,characterized by lowered consciousness,decreased muscle activity,increased sensory activity,and decreased responses to environmental stimuli during deep restorative sleep. Sleep deprivation occurs when an individual fails to get adequate amounts of rest due to various factors,such as fatigue,lack of sleep,physical problems,and emotional stress. For some,sleep deprivation occurs when they are not getting enough restful sleep. Allergies,Dust Mites,and Bugs on Latex Mattresses

A person who has sleep deprivation occurs in two ways: when the individual wakes up but does not feel refreshed or rested and when they do not get enough sleep to metabolize the nutrients they have consumed throughout the day. The body needs sleep in order to perform at its optimal level for the day,so the loss of sleep results in impaired performance at work,inability to perform well in social situations,and other adverse conditions.

Some of the health effects of sleep deprivation include: loss of cognitive function; decreased reaction time; poor memory,increased irritability,depression,and anxiety; an increase in heart rate and blood pressure; and weight gain. Sleep deprivation can also contribute to high cholesterol levels,heart disease,diabetes,hypertension,and cancer.

There are several symptoms of sleep deprivation. One symptom is irritability. When you have insufficient amounts of sleep,you may feel cranky and impatient during the day. Another symptom is decreased attention spans and inability to concentrate on one task. Other symptoms of sleep deprivation include feelings of disorientation and confusion,and headaches. In extreme cases,sleep deprivation can result in coma and death.

For most people,sleep disorder sufferers usually avoid doctors unless it is serious. If you notice that you are having problems sleeping or that you are not getting enough sleep on a regular basis,seek help from your doctor as soon as possible. Your doctor will be able to provide you with medications to help you sleep better and treat your sleeping disorder. Common treatment for sleeping disorders includes insomnia medication,beta-blockers,antidepressants,or anxiolytics. These medications allow you to have a more restful sleep by making you less alert. and increasing your chance of falling asleep.

Another option to help you fall asleep faster is to practice meditation. This method promotes sleep by inducing relaxation and meditation. Using aromatherapy products like lavender and Valerian may also help you to have better restful sleep and ease your mind and tension during the day.