Sleep Disturbances Print E-mail

Getting a restful night of sleep is an absolute requirement.  It is not an option.  Your body must sleep and replenish itself for you to operate at an optimal level.  For many people, a good nights sleep is something they only daydream about because night after night, they do not get the rest their body needs.  You wake every morning feeling like you were up all night, well maybe you were.  Even though you were sleeping all through the night you may be experiencing sleep disturbances.  There are over 70 different types of sleep disorders and are all categorized in three areas lack of sleep, disturbed sleep, and excessive sleep.  Sleep disturbances occur throughout the night without you even knowing it, this can be caused by many different problems. 


There are 5 Stages in your sleep that your body must go through to achieve a good night sleep.  This cycles over and over throughout the night.

Stage 1 – Light sleep and relaxation of the muscles. (you can wake up)
Stage 2 – Activity in the brain slows and eye movement stops.
Stage 3 – Brain waves become slow (delta waves) and small quick waves occur.
Stage 4 – Brain waves are all delta wave.
Stage 5 – (REM) Rapid Eye Movement – dreams occur.

This usually takes about an hour and a half to complete one cycle.

There are many different types of sleep disorders:  night pains, daytime dozing, insomnia, sleep apnea and daytime fatigue to mention a few.  Whatever the problem is, it cannot be ignored.  You must sleep for your body to recover or you will suffer many side effects.

Some people resort to sleeping pills or other non natural methods to induce sleep.  Quite often these are only a temporary fix to a deeper problem.  Getting to bed on a regular schedule, avoiding alcohol and caffeine and sleeping in a comfortable position can all be helpful, but sometimes they are not enough.  By bringing your body into balance, the harmony of nature can often lead itself to provide what you need...a restful night of sleep!

Ask us how ProAdjuster Technology can be a part of successfully alleviating your sleep disturbances.

 

   



 
 
 
 
 
       
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