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Adequate sleep is required by the body to reset and prepare itself for the next day. The brain also needs to rest. The best way to give the brain time to rest is to sleep. While you sleep, your brain stays active but the workload is reduced. Some people suffer from trouble sleeping. If not handled properly it may become a chronic condition and affect physical and mental health. A lesser amount of sleep can also cause depression and anxiety. Some lifestyle habits and diet can cause trouble to sleep. You may not sleep well due to any health disorder. Some lifestyle habits and food
Sleep apnea is a sleeping and breathing condition. While sleeping, sometimes breathing stops for a short period of time. This condition is known as sleep apnea. It is due to the shortage of oxygen in the lungs. A shortage of oxygen can cause gasp and they often wake up with stopped breath. In some cases, people even don’ know that they have stopped breathing and they woke up due to it. Sleep apnea can cause various health problems. If left untreated, it can become severe and leave long term effects. Health Problems Caused by Sleep Apnea: Sleep apnea becomes severe if le
Days and nights are for different purposes. Days are for work and nights are for sleep. Getting proper sleep can impact your health positively. Almost 8 hours of sleep is recommended every day. After 8 hours of sleep, you will feel relaxed and energetic. Your mind has refreshed itself and ready to work efficiently again. Without getting proper sleep, you will feel tired and unable to focus on work. If sleeping late and getting up early is your routine after some time it will start harming your health. You will face heart problems, laziness, and digestion issues. You will lose your cr