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Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Insomnia and Sleep Apnea

Experts believe that the biggest problem of today's youth is the lack of sleep. The reason for the lack of sleep in the youth is a major change in sleeping time. Due to which many diseases like diabetes, hypertension, heart related diseases and obesity are increasing rapidly. In such a situation, the consequences of not paying attention can also be fatal.

In this age of information technology, there has been a major change in the lifestyle of people and this has adversely affected the habits of sleeping. Due to the change in lifestyle, the complaints of people not being sleepy are the most common complaints. Most of the impact falls on those people, who work in the different shift.

It is important for such people to make a routine according to their work so that their body can get adequate comfort. According to doctors, there should be at least 72 hours between different shifts for fitness of your body. If this does not happen, the body's biological clock becomes unbalanced. 

Sleep Apnea

To regulate this, you need to pay special attention on diet, exercise and many other things. Sleep apnea is increasing in people due to unbalanced routine in the current period. In which, during sleep shortness of breathing happen and sometimes it can be fatal. To avoid this, regularize the habits of eating and drinking as much as possible, as well as consult with a doctor's. By regular exercise, nutritious and balanced diet this problem can be controlled.

8 Affects of Insomnia :
  1. Raises the risk of Diabetes
  2. Damages Skin
  3. Causes Depression
  4. Weakens your Immunity
  5. Harmful for your Heart
  6. Affects your brain and memory
  7. Makes you gain weight
  8. Leads to early death

Many times due to lack of vitamins and mineral elements in the body, which can also become reason of a lack of sleep. In this situation, sleep go away from your eyes and you feel uncomfortable on your bed during sleeping time.

Magnesium is also one of the essential elements for our body, which is beneficial for good sleep. People are often complaining of insomnia by its deficiency. According to a 2006 study, its deficiency can lead to tension in people and it can be a problem for mental health. Green vegetables, gourd, sesame and beans are rich in magnesium foods.

The lack of potassium in the body can also cause of insomnia. According to a 1991 study, Nutritional food can be taken to reduce its deficiency, and the problem of sleep deprivation can be cure to a great extent. Consumption of beans, green vegetables and cooked potatoes can also be reduced insomnia.

Magnesium present in almonds, which is beneficial for good sleep. Also fiber, proteins, amino acids present in it, which inhibit bad cholesterol in the body. Apart from this, it has an ingredient named Tryptophan, which is beneficial for good sleep.

Usually, we do not eat bananas at night, but it is a very beneficial fruit for good sleep. According to Neuroscience Magazine, banana is a rich source of potassium, which relaxes the muscles, calm the hunger and we can sleep with peace.

By adding hill fruit kiwi in the diet, the body gets good amounts of antioxidants, vitamin C and serotonin, which helps to gives good sleep.

According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, eating oats at night also brings good sleep and the desire to eat junkfood becomes less. Oats contain low calorie and high carbohydrates and tryptophan, which helps in sleeping.


  1. M also working on different shifts every week but the good thing is i never miss the gym ... . Which helps me a lot to stay healthy n fit...anyways gud to read these tips to keep yourself healthy in busy lifestyle...

    1. Thanks and appreciate with your information. Keep it up