Facing trouble sleeping is a very common occurrence in adults. Some of the factors behind this may be as follows: overexposure to LED screens, following an erratic sleeping schedule, consumption of unhealthy and junk food, stress, excessive consumption of alcohol anxiety, skipping meals or having irregular meals and so on. Psychological disorders such as depression and Acute Stress Disorder may also lead to sleep related troubles. Other related factors may be Teething problems, Chronic Bronchitis Restless Leg Syndrome, Heart congestion, Fibromyalgia, Hypoglycemia, Hyperventilation, Obesity, Hyperthyroidism, Lead Poisoning etc. Sleep apnea, narcolepsy and insomnia are some of the most commonly occurring sleep disorders.
HOW IS TROUBLE SLEEPING DIAGNOSED?
Studies have shown that those who already suffer from insomnia are ten times more likely to develop depression