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Sleeping Problems, Here Are The Causes

Posted by on Thursday, February 11, 2010, 13:54
This news item was posted in Insomnia category and has 2 Comments so far.

There are six factors that can induce sleeping problems.

1.  Diseases of the central nervous system in which the parts of the brain that participate in the regulation of sleep and awakening are damaged. This causes real insomnia but accounts for only a small percentage of ah people suffering from sleeping problems .

2.  Diseases of internal organs or peripheric nerves where pain or other unpleasant feelings disturb normal sleep. This can be anything from asthma symptoms (or anticipation of them) to muscle cramps, and can deprive you of sleep for a long time.

3. Neurotic disorders and functional disorders affecting the nervous system. Sufferers from emotional problem(including mood swings), people who are obsessed with  disease or those who have a tendency to worry unduly make up this group.

4.  Psychiatric diseases can affect sleep centres in the core of the brain, causing very unusual sleep patterns. Schizophrenics may be asleep or awake regardless of day or night, experiencing a sort of sleeping fit. Those who suffer from depression also need less sleep than others, despite the fact that they long for sleep as a means of forgetting their worries, at least for a while.

5.  Changes of environment such as changes in the weather, sleeping in a different place, entering a different time zone and new working shifts can cause temporary sleep problems.

6.  Drug abuse, whether medical or illegal.

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2 Responses to “Sleeping Problems, Here Are The Causes”

  1. Jem
    5 July, 2010, 1:34

     Hi i’m 30 yrs old, and its been almost 3 years i’ve been on activan 2mg to get me through the nights.
    It was three years ago i went to visit my dad in Toronto, where i once lived, i found myself feeling lonely and there was no one to talk to, my dad was always at work and he gets in  too late to chat with him,
    i was also going through some emotional problems too on my own, i was at my dad home in Toronto on vacation for a month, with no one to talk too, i begin loosing sleep my mind go off in different direction, i begin to get very emotional, i felt nervous scares, lost of intrest. i think thats when depression steps in, i felt as though my world was falling apart, i event left Toronto and return to my home, when i got back home i couldn’t sleep almost one week after that, i eventually went to see a doctor and i told him what had happened, and he priscribed activan 2mg per night, ever since then i’ve been on this pill, i tried stop taking it, for a week and i felt nervous anxious and dizzy.

    please i want to get off this thing, if there is anyway you can help me or advise me what to do to get off the sleep med, please i need your help.
    please get back to me as early as possible.

    thank you

  2. 10 July, 2010, 14:28

    To avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, your healthcare provider may decide to wean you off Ativan slowly, though this may not be necessary in all situations.
    Be sure to talk with your healthcare provider before stopping this drug. Also, let your healthcare provider know if you notice any bothersome symptoms after you are no longer taking it. Do not be afraid to ask your healthcare provider for help with withdrawing from Ativan, even if you have been abusing it or taking it without a prescription. Withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous.

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