We all turn to sleep to help us recharge for the next day. No matter what we do during the day, it is the only constant thing we all share once night falls. While our sleeping time and sleeping pattern vary, all human beings need sleep to rest and recuperate. Some don’t find any difficulty falling asleep once they hit the sack but others can stay up all night tossing and turning but sleep still seems to elude them.
Aside from the common culprit that is technology that often keeps us wide awake at night, sleeping disorders can be blamed for our sleeplessness too. The most common sleeping disorders that plague mankind are insomnia and sleep apnea. They can deprive you of precious sleep despite your best efforts to drift off to slumber. While there really isn’t a known cure for insomnia, it can be easily addressed by some lifestyle changes. Meanwhile, sleep apnea is a medical condition that requires more urgent medical attention.
You may have already heard of sleep issues such as sleep apnea, narcolepsy and insomnia, but lesser known and more rare sleep disorders can also take a toll on a person’s health. In fact, there are more than 80 known