66% of women lose sleep during their menstrual cycle each month. This is mainly due to a rapid decline in progesterone, a hormone that has sedative qualities. Several other factors cause insomnia in women during menstruation, such as blood loss, depression, irritability, headaches and abdominal cramps.
Bulimia or anorexia nervosa significantly interfere with sleep. In fact, most people with eating disorders suffer also from sleep disorders. According to statistics, about one patient (bulimic or anorexic) out of every two at least has sleep disorders.
To avoid snoring, do not drink alcohol in the evening, in fact, this substance has a direct depressant effect on the tongue and other muscles of the throat, causing the sagging of tissues, which in turn , aggravates snoring. That is why we snore more after a drunken evening
There is a strong correlation between the time span of the REM sleep (the stage in which dreams occur) and the depth of the depression in a person. The more a person spends an abnormally prolonged phase of REM sleep which should represent about 20% of total sleep, the more negative emotions are issued and […]