By: Kiana G
Sleep disorders are a group of conditions that affect the ability to sleep well on a regular basis.
Lifestyle adjustments can greatly improve your quality of sleep.
Effects of alcohol consumption are magnified when you are deprived of sleep.
Exercising is one of many lifestyle changes that may help you be able sleep.
People are highly impacted due to loss of sleep.
Daytime fatigue is a symptom of a sleep disorder.
Insomnia is difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
Sleeping less than five hours a night increases the risk of death from all causes, by about 15 percent.
Obvious signs of a possible sleep disorder are excessive sleepiness, yawning, and irritability.
Risks of developing a chronic illness are high.
Decreasing tobacco and alcohol use may help you sleep better.
Energy is drained after not being able to sleep, because you need sleep to regain energy.
Risk of heart failure is increased.
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