Insomnia – Sleeping Disorder
Insomnia varies from person to person most adults need seven to eight hours a night.
Many adult experience in some point in their life short-term insomnia (acute) but many people have long-term (chronic) insomnia that most of the time results from emotional stress or traumatic event in the person’s life. But also could be associated with medication or medical condition.
There are easy to follow changes in your everyday hobbits that may prevent you having sleepless nights.
Amongst the symptoms are:
- Difficulty falling asleep at night
- Waking up too early
- Not feeling well-rested during the day
- Feeling irritable, depressed or anxious etc.
The treatment may take time but with good intent and will, self-discipline, relaxation training, EFT (Behavioural therapy) good result can be achieved.