Experiencing extreme tiredness? Sleep issues most often relate to getting to sleep and sleeping through the night. Medical professionals call this insomnia. As a rule, it can be treated successfully. Find out how to stabilise your sleep rhythm.
Extreme exercise, shift work or a new addition to the family: three people talk about their own experiences with changes to their sleep routine.
Are you getting enough sleep? Fall asleep relaxed and wake up feeling rested – practical tips for better sleeping habits.
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Sleeping disorders are one of the most common reasons for a visit to the doctor. One in two people suffer from them occasionally, while ten per cent are affected by a chronic sleeping disorder. If the sleeping problems last for more than three months, they are deemed to be chronic. Poor sleep can result in memory problems, high blood pressure, heart diseases, a stroke, diabetes, depression and anxiety.
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People who do not sleep enough are less efficient. The ideal amount of sleep, however, varies from individual to individual and decreases as you get older. Find out more in our guide. You can also learn some other interesting facts about natural sleep remedies and the sleep hormone melatonin.
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