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Important Information on Insomnia Sleeping Disorder

By Richard Chapo

If a person finds that they have an inability to sleep or are unable to sleep for a reasonable period of time then they are considered to have insomnia. People who suffer from insomnia sleeping disorder typically complain of being unable to close their eyes or even rest for more than a few minutes at a time. Some typical causes of insomnia sleeping disorder are considered to be fear, stress, anxiety, medications, herbs, caffeine or any combination of these.

Insomnia sleeping disorders are three different types including: transient, acute and chronic. Insomnia which occurs anywhere from one night to a few weeks is considered the transient form of insomnia. Acute insomnia occurs when a person has an inability to sleep well for a period of three weeks to six months. When insomnia persists almost nightly for a month or longer then it is considered chronic insomnia Soundsleeping Disorder.

Common Causes

A number of causes are believed to cause insomnia. However, two of the most frequent causes are sleep apnea and parasomnia. Sleep apnea in a condition that occurs when a person's breathing is interrupted. Typically this form of apnea is related to a cerebral vascular obstruction, congestive heart failure, premature aging and circadian rhythm sleep disorders which cause insomnia during the night and sometimes excessive sleepiness during the daytime.

A number of disorders are included in persona including nightmares, sleep walking, violent behavior while sleeping and REM behavior disorder. Repeated awakenings during the night can be caused by certain unpleasant sensations resulting from stomach acid flowing upward into the throat during sleep with gastro esophageal reflux disease. Those with bipolar disorder can have mania or hypermania which can cause difficulty in a person who is trying to fall asleep

Depending on the type of insomnia you suffer from the treatment options will vary.Sleeping tablets and other forms of sedatives are typically relied on by insomniacs to help them sleep peacefully at night. Temazepam, diazepam, lorazepam, nitrazepam and midazolam are some of the most commonly used medications. Antidepressant medications such as mirtazaphine, trazodone and doxepin are also considered to help the sleep process. Ask your doctor if it is okay to try a more natural and alternative treatment like melatonin if you are interested and then feel free to give it a try Good Medication for Sleep Disorder.
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