Do you, or someone you know: Find it hard to go to sleep? Wake up during the night? Lie awake at night? Wake up early and can't go back to sleep? Feel tired and irritable during the day? Find it difficult to concentrate during the day because you're tired?
On average, a person needs 8 hours sleep a night in order to function well during the day, but a high percentage of people very rarely get more than five hours sleep a night. If you don't sleep properly, the following can happen to you: memory problems, tiredness, dizziness, headaches, depression, irritability, diabetes, short temper, unable to concentrate, weight gain. Do any of these ring a bell with you?
Insomnia insomnia or sometimes just called sleeplessness is the inability to get to sleep or sleep well at night, it can be caused by stress, jet lag, a health condition, the medications you take, the amount of tea, coffee or alcohol you drink. For more information on the causes of insomnia and ways to help against it, click on the following link: The causes and treatment for insomnia
Snoring snoring can be a terrible problem, not only for you, but also for your partner. If you regularly snore at night, it can disrupt the quality of your sleep, leading to daytime fatigue, irritability, and increased health problems. Also, if your snoring keeps your partner awake, it can create major relationship problems too.
Thankfully, sleeping in separate bedrooms isn't the only remedy for snoring. There are effective solutions that can help both you and your partner sleep better at night and overcome the relationship problems caused when one person snores. This continued lack of sleep can very often cause people to become depressed and / or irritable.
To see more details for how your snoring or your partners snoring is caused and potential ways to stop snoring, go to the relevant link for Remedies for snoring, insomnia and sleepless nights your situation: My partner snores "what can I do to stop their snoring?" "I snore - what can I do to stop my snoring?"
Many people are now turning towards more natural ways to help solve sleeping issues. The Sleep Better Pillow Mist seen here contains a natural blend of Lavender, Eucalyptus and Chamomile, so when it's lightly misted on your pillow at night (just once on each corner of your pillow), the gentle aroma helps you to relax and to breathe more easily. It's very popular, not only because you don't have to swallow any chemicals in the form of sleeping pills, but because it's non-addictive, non-allergenic and actually works! A 100ml bottle usually lasts about 2-4 months.