Wonder if you have insomnia? You may be sleep deprived and not realize it!
Sleep experts are sounding the alarm, saying that chronic sleep loss and insomnia are a serious issue, and that Americans need to get more sleep as a nation.
Dr. Charles Czeisler, Professor of Sleep Medicine, Harvard Medical School, has called on corporations to help combat chronic sleep loss among employees by ALLOWING NAPPING!
What is the problem? You'll want to take our insomnia quiz to find out. Why?
SLEEP DEPRIVATION AND INSOMNIA SYMPTOMS:
Dr. James Maas, professor of Psychology at Cornell University, explains the significance of the number 8, for 8 hours of sleep:
REM sleep occurs about every 90 minutes, and the periods of REM sleep get longer as the night progresses.
If you're a six-hour sleeper, you're missing that last, important opportunity to repair and to prepare for the coming day."
How can taking a power nap can SAVE YOUR LIFE?
If you do shift work, or if you are at risk for dozing off at the wheel -- like 80,000 Americans do daily -- (National Highway Safety Administration) but you just can’t get around to 8 hours of sleep regularly, taking a power sleep during the day might save your life.
A 15 minute power nap will refresh but not put you into delta or deep sleep and make you groggy.
Taking 40 winks in the middle of the day may reduce the risk of death from heart disease, particularly in young healthy men,(not so much for retirees who don’t have as much stress), say researchers.
Siestas are common in the Mediterranean region and several Latin American countries and those countries also tend to have low mortality rates of coronary heart disease," according to news release by Harvard School of Public Health.
The researchers took into account ill health, age, and whether people were physically active.
Just can’t squeeze in more sleep because of a time crunch, you'll want to try an insomnia quiz for symptoms:
According to Dr Maas, the consequences of lack of sleep and insomnia are:
Why are you less able to make good decisions when you have insomnia?
People who had had only 6 hours of sleep for a few weeks had problems doing math, and their brain scans showed very little activity.
You may want to try natural sleep supplements to help with anxiety and stress, to relax and sleep:
Over 42 million prescriptions for sleeping pills are written a year in the US.
Researchers have, however, sounded the alarm over "Benzo" addictions, especially to Valium (Diazepam), Xanax (Alprazolam) and Ativan (Lorazepam)!
Instead, best to try proven natural sleep supplements based on sound science that are non-addictive for insomnia, better sleep and less anxiety!
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Unless you begin to get adequate sleep, you will never be the person you were meant to be.
DO SOME STRETCHES RIGHT NOW, For Better Sleep:
You can quiet your mind, release muscle tension and beat anxiety with a few stretches.
Try this move from San Francisco-based Pilates instructor Lara Hudson as part of your stretching routine:
1) Stand with your back against a wall, feet hip distance apart and about a foot from the wall.
2) Inhale, pull abdominals in and press entire back to the wall.
3) As you exhale, roll down slowly, peeling your head, neck, shoulders and back away from the wall until only your tailbone and buttocks are touching it.
4) Relax your neck and shoulders, and let your head and arms hang.
5) Take deep, slow breaths, and circle arms inward five times, then outward five times. Slowly roll your back up.
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