A sleep disorder is a condition which affects the length and/or the quality of a person’s sleep, inferring with their daily life. Typically, the average adult needs 7 to 9 hours of sleep but some people may need less or more. Many things can affect how much sleep we get and how restful the sleep is. Bad habits or medical conditions are just a few examples. When left untreated, sleep disorders can be very dangerous and destructive to a person’s health. Sleep disorders including conditions such as insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and snoring.
Symptoms will depend on which disorder the person has, however, they commonly include:
Some sleep disorders include:
Many people do not realize how important it is to get a good night’s sleep on a regular basis. When deadlines arise, whether at home, work, or school, some people end up “pulling an all-nighter” to make time to get everything done. Unfortunately, studies have shown that this is quite possibly the worst thing a person can do. Shorting yourself on sleep can cause concentration issues, drowsiness, and irritability which affect the way a person functions throughout the day. What’s worse, if staying awake for too long becomes habitual, the side effects can be extremely detrimental to one’s health. Long-term effects can include:
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