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SECRETS TO A BETTER NIGHT'S SLEEP



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Having trouble sleeping is very common, with 15-20% of people reporting to their health care providers that they have some kind of problems during sleeping, have trouble maintaining sleep, or falling asleep.Sleeping is a basic function, vital to a healthy body. We spend a large part of our lifetime sleeping. Sleep is vital, not only so that we can recharge our batteries i.e. rest our brain (brain activity is lower during sleep, except when we dream), but we also lower our metabolism which is controlled by hormones. Our brain neurons regenerate their layers and our most recent memories are consolidated. Body heat changes, our urges for food and drink are reduced, and our heart rate and frequency of breathing are slowed. Each of us has a programmed schedule for daylight activity and nighttime sleep. Of course, this schedule differs from person to person -some of us are more comfortable being awake during the night, and resting during the day. We are all different. Some have disrupted sleep schedule due to working hours or other obligations. However, when it comes to sleeping problems, there is no difference. Trouble sleeping and a feeling of constant tiredness are important to be examined and treated since it affects our regular body functions.Normally the amount of time needed for good night’s rest is an average of 7-8 hours. However, for newborns this amount of time isn’t enough, and they can sleep up to 20 hours a day. Children have a different schedule since they normally sleep 2-3 hours during the day and 8 hours during the night. With time, they develop the normal sleep schedule very similar to adults. Older people need slightly less sleep; around 4 to 6 hours of good sleep can be enough.Sleep problems may be apparent to a person him/herself, or others around them, usually their partners, which is another important factor to consider. Not getting enough sleep affects your professional, personal and social life and has a negative impact on overall health.Many different factors can be at play when people have sleep problems. This book will examine the most common ones and how they can be solved or improved.Our brain neurons regenerate their layers and our most recent memories are consolidated. Body heat changes, our urges for food and drink are reduced, and our heart rate and frequency of breathing are slowed. Each of us has a programmed schedule for daylight activity and nighttime sleep. Of course, this schedule differs from person to person -some of us are more comfortable being awake during the night, and resting during the day. We are all different. Some have disrupted sleep schedule due to working hours or other obligations. However, when it comes to sleeping problems, there is no difference. Trouble sleeping and a feeling of constant tiredness are important to be examined and treated since it affects our regular body functions.Normally the amount of time needed for good night’s rest is an average of 7-8 hours. However, for newborns this amount of time isn’t enough, and they can sleep up to 20 hours a day. Children have a different schedule since they normally sleep 2-3 hours during the day and 8 hours during the night. With time, they develop the normal sleep schedule very similar to adults. Older people need slightly less sleep; around 4 to 6 hours of good sleep can be enough.Sleep problems may be apparent to a person him/herself, or others around them, usually their partners, which is another important factor to consider. Not getting enough sleep affects your professional, personal and social life and has a negative impact on overall health.Many different factors can be at play when people have sleep problems. This book will examine the most common ones and how they can be solved or improved.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001102914675
    • ISBN:  9781370633296

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