Do You Have A Sleep Disorder?

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Millions of people suffer from sleep disorders. They range from Restless Leg Syndrome to chronic insomnia. If you’re struggling to get good sleep or spend much of your day feeling exhausted you may have a sleep disorder. Here are 7 questions to ask yourself to determine if you have a sleep disorder.

#1 Do you wake with a start in the middle of the night?

If the answer is yes, you may have sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome or another sleep disorder. Many sleep disorders cause sudden wakefulness. You may gasp for air, have frightening nightmares that cause you to awake with a start.

#2 Do you feel tired and groggy all day long?

Many sleep disorders allow you to fall asleep. However, you don’t experience the full sleep cycle. Your sleep is restless and ineffective. If you feel chronically tired and groggy you may have a sleep disorder.

#3 Do you wake up in the morning feeling tired?

This is a common symptom of many sleep disorders. You may get a full seven to nine hours of sleep yet you feel tired in the morning. This may be because you’re not getting restful sleep.

#4 Do you wake often during the night?

This is a common symptom of insomnia. It may be caused by a sleep disorder or it can be caused by an underlying condition, habit, or medication.

#5 Do you struggle with concentration?

Poor sleep has a direct effect on your memory, concentration and brain function. If you find you’re struggling to concentrate you may have a sleep disorder. If you have difficulty remembering things you may have a sleep disorder.

#6 Do you suffer from depression or frequent mood changes?

Poor sleep and insomnia is linked to depression. If you’re not getting the sleep you need your brain chemistry can change. You may begin feeling depressed or angry. Poor sleep can inhibit your ability to manage stress and anxiety too. And of course depression, stress and anxiety further worsens sleep quality. It can be a vicious circle.

#7 Are you gaining weight?

Weight gain is often caused by poor sleep. In fact recent studies have shown that good sleep can improve weight loss efforts. It can help you maintain your weight too. Poor sleep on the other hand can affect your metabolism and hunger regulating hormones.

If you answered yes to any of these questions you may have a sleep disorder. The next step is to see your doctor. Your physician will conduct a full physical to find out what’s causing your sleep problems. You can also try some risk free natural alternatives that have zero side effects, they are called musical binaural beats and are made specifically to help you sleep. Try 3 free audios at
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