insomnia, the sleeping sickness

Insomnia is generally temporary, and can be divided into several classifications depending on how long the condition of sleep disturbance experienced by someone. Broadly speaking, insomnia is divided into:
Acute insomnia (acute insomnia): Acute insomnia lasts for a short time, ie between one night to several weeks.
Chronic insomnia (chronic insomnia). : Someone said to be experiencing chronic insomnia if the person is having trouble sleeping at least three nights a week and lasted for 1 month or more. Transient insomnia and short-term insomnia is included in the category of acute insomnia.
Causes of insomnia can usually be divided into three conditions are medical conditions, psychiatric conditions and environmental conditions

Causes of Insomnia by medical condition 
Medical conditions that can cause sleep disorders are:
Disturbances in heart failure and ischemia in coronary vessels


Stroke, degenerative conditions, dementia, sleep disorders due to CNS disorders
Hypothyroidism, menopause, menstrual cycle, pregnancy and hipogonadism
Obstructive pulmonary disorder, asthma pickwikian syndrome (obstructive sleep apnea syndrome) disease vomit gastric fluids, disturbances in blood
The use of medications such as decongestants, koritokosteroid and bronkondilator
Other conditions such as fever, pain and infection

Some Psychological conditions as causes of Insomnia 
Causes of insomnia can also be triggered by psychological disorders such as:
1. Depression can cause disturbances in REM (Rapid Eye Movement) 
2. Post-trauma syndrome
3. Psychotropic drugs
4. Stress due to the burden of thinking too much
5. Tense, anxious or worry about a problem is too terdramatisir in mind

Causes of insomnia due to environmental factors 
Environment also plays an important role to get quality sleep, quiet and cool environment DAPT avoid sleep disturbance, some environmental conditions is a cause of insomnia are:
Life-threatening events or events that have a high stress
Sleep cycle disturbances caused by the irregular working hours (evening and morning)
noisy environments, cold or too hot. read more tips to avoid insomnia —–>> 

may be useful …
Healthy regards ….^^


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