Sleep Deprivation Is Why We Hate Insomnia

Sleeplessness, lack of sleep, transient insomnia, intermittent insomnia, sleep-maintenance insomnia, chronic insomnia, sleep deprivation – the list goes on. Whatever you want to call it is up to you, but most people find that their insomnia evolves and changes over time.

Insomnia does not discriminate as it affects people of all ages, races and sex. Among other factors, insomnia can develop from depression, anxiety, lack of relaxation, i.e. stress and poor sleep habits. It can also develop from environmental factors and lack of sleep hygiene.

Insomnia can differ from one person to the next, for some, many areas in their life need to be addressed to combat insomnia, for others it’s merely getting into good sleep habits. But the method to combating insomnia is always dealing with the root cause and not just the affects.

Sleep can enhance your mood, improve your health, strengthen your immune system and reduce the risk of disease and illness. In recent studies it has shown tha t good quality sleep can prolong life. People who obtain quality sleep are less likely to develop a depression, diabetes and gain weight.

Sleep is an important and necessary part of life, without it your mind and body cannot function to its highest potential. Sleep can give you the strength and energy you need to tackle a stressful day. With proper revitalizing sleep you not only feel like a different person, you are a different person! Sleep can give you life, make you feel brand new and ready to tackle anything!

If only sleep could be packaged into a bottle and sold. Just think about it, instant vitality, energy and happiness in a bottle. Those aches and pains that you suffer, those frequent headaches, the exhaustion, irritability, stress, anxiety and feelings of inability to cope could be gone. You might be thinking ‘Hang on a second, sleeping pills already exist’ True, but they don’t do any of the above!

Yes, the big pharmaceutical companies want you to believe that, however they never d eliver their promise. That’s why it’s your job to find a solution that works for you without relying on sleeping pills.

Sleep medication only deals with the symptoms of insomnia, namely sleep deprivation. However in recent studies it has proved that sleep medication does little to improve symptoms and daytime functioning. Surely there is a better way to conquer insomnia without the use of drugs.