What is Insomnia?
Insomnia is a sleep disorder that affects millions of individuals worldwide each year. Insomnia causes an individual the inability to get a full night's rest or to sleep on a schedule and within a timely manner each night. Instead, those suffering with any form of insomnia often find themselves unable to fall asleep for hours each night, waking up at all hours of the night and unable to sleep at all.
Understanding the variety of symptoms that insomnia may present is a way for you to truly gain additional insight into the disorder and how it can negatively impact and affect you personally if you do not take proper control of any symptoms you are experiencing yourself.Common Symptoms of Insomnia
Because the severity of insomnia in patients varies greatly on each individual and their own personal experiences with the sleep disorder, understanding some of the most common symptoms of insomnia is a way to gain more insight into how it may be affecting you personally or even someone you know, such as a friend, relative or even another family member in your own household.
Common Causes of Insomnia
- Inability to fall asleep on a regular schedule each night.
- Waking up at all hours of the night, or unable to sleep throughout the entire night regularly.
- Waking up too early each morning or too late due to the inability to sleep throughout each night.
- Loss of focus or the ability to concentrate on everyday tasks and routine.
- Irregular sleep schedule regardless of your attempt to set schedules yourself while implementing alarms.
It has been discovered that at least one in four individuals who have been diagnosed with insomnia is suffering from some form of depression. Additionally, stress and anxiety are also the top contributors to patients who have been dealing with insomnia on a long-term basis.
If you have recently moved or experienced a change in your work or home environment, you may find yourself dealing with bouts of insomnia while you readjust and become more comfortable in your own space and the space that surrounds you.
Certain medical conditions, diseases and illnesses can also greatly contribute to insomnia, especially conditions such as cancer, lung disease, arthritis and even fibromyalgia depending on your symptoms and the severity of any ailment you experience each day and night.Free Consultation for Natural Insomnia Remedies
I use a technique called Nutrition Response Testing to identify chemical imbalances in your body and create a custom natural remedy for insomnia for your needs. These imbalances can come from anything from the types of food you eat, to parasites you may not be aware you have.
Nutrition Response Testing is a holistic approach to healing, meaning I treat the whole body. Chances are, your insomnia is the result of a combination of factors, and once I discover the source of your body's imbalance, I can help you feel better again by making adjustments to your diet and prescribing nutritional supplements specifically designed to restore the balance in your body.