Sleep disorders can not only affect your energy levels and mood, but also your health, work performance, and quality of life. Keep your bedtime and waking time consistent from day to day, even on weekends. Stay active Sleep disorders occur in around 33 to 50% of the adult population, while chronic sleep disorders associated with complaints or disorders are estimated at 10 to 15%. Insomnia symptoms occur in around 33 to 50% of the adult population, while chronic sleep disorders associated with complaints or disorders are estimated at 10 to 15%.
Avoid large meals and drinks before bed. Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day. Relax at least 1 hour before bed, such as taking a bath or reading a book.
What do you do if you suffer from sleep disorders?
Experts estimate that between 1 in 10 and 1 in 3 people have some degree of sleep disorders, meaning they have trouble falling asleep in the morning, staying asleep, or waking up earlier than intended (or a combination of the above). If you have trouble sleeping, there are many things you can do to change your behavior and lifestyle to help you fall asleep better. Insomnia may be the main problem, or it may be associated with other conditions or medications.