The Most Prevalent Sleep Disorders And Pertinent Remedies

Do you spend the entire night on the bed while turning sides and struggle to find the right comfy posture?

The pillow which you were once in love in now has started to feel like a stiff piece of rock! Probably the fault doesn’t lie in your sleeping posture, even not in the quality of your pillow or mattress. There might be an underlying medical condition which is restricting you to attain a peaceful bedtime.

It might sound shocking, but an alarming 60% population of UK today suffers from different kinds of sleep disorders, and many out of them just take their condition for granted, which can be consequential gradually with the elevating stages of the ailment.

If you feel knackered without being involved in any physical exertion, face frequent disturbance during your sleep cycles or you have been told by your partner that you have been exhibiting strange behaviours during sleep. Then, perhaps you are on the course of getting victimized by any sleeping disorder.

In medical science, there are over 70 sleep disorders registered, out of which few have been prevalent over the others.

Here, we will know about the most common sleep disorders which are robbing the sleep from individuals and disturbing their lifestyle:

  1. Insomnia—Most Common Sleep Disorder

Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder which is being found among the people of western European counties and UK. Around 10% population from these regions are ailing from chronic insomnia with consistent complains about deteriorating energy levels in the body. It’s not clear why people from these specific geographies are facing the brunt of this lifestyle disturbing medical condition.

A patient suffering from chronic insomnia might suffer from the following conditions:

  • Unable to induce sleep even after a tiring day.
  • Waking up in the morning before planned time.
  • Unable to restore somnolence once sleep is broken at an unplanned time.
  • Feel fatigue without any physical exertion.
  • Tendency to forget the most common things—a weak memory.
  • Tendency for excessive daytime sleepiness.

       2Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea is the second most pervasive sleep disorder which has victimized almost 1 million people. This disorder can be explained as a state when the affected individual stops breathing for several seconds during the sleep due to blockage in the upper respiratory system. In such case, the brain can’t stay in the rest mode and partially awakens to transmit signals to the respiratory system to regulate the breathing by forcing lungs to apply excessive pressure through the windpipe and gasp for the required oxygen.

Such partial blockage of the windpipe often results in snoring and an occasional full blockage of the air passage. It may result in complete cessation of breathing followed by chocking sounds as breathing resumes.

Such exertion from the respiratory system during sleep puts a strain on the heart and may lead to several cardiological diseases down the road.

  1. Narcolepsy

This is another intense kind of neurological disorder which does not let the brain control the sleep-wakefulness cycle properly. Individuals affected by this sleep disorder suffer from chronic daytime sleepiness and prone to sleep attacks at unexpected times during the day. This can occur during a busy work schedule or in-between the lectures of your favourite professor. Such bad bouts of sleep can lead to a potential threat to life when you are performing any intense activity like driving a vehicle or playing sports.

No matter which specific kind of sleep disorder you get affected by, the viability of treatment of initial stages of the condition is much higher than the escalated levels. A proper diagnosis of your medical condition should inevitably be followed by a pertinent treatment. The initial stages of a most prevalent sleep disorder like Insomnia can be easily treated with a variety of medical compounds which are approved to attenuate the effect of the disorder in the human system. Also, as per research, there are many novel drugs in the pharmaceutical market which are endorsed and approved by the recognised body like FDA which can assuage the harmful effect of disorders like sleep apnea and narcolepsy.

Following enlisted medications have been proven effective for the treatment of multiple sleep disorders. As per research, these palliatives are recommended by most medical practitioners around the globe and have a low potential for abuse.

Zopiclone tablets Zopiclone is a generic form of non-benzodiazepine hypnotic agent and a highly effective tranquiliser for the treatment of insomnia. It is molecularly distinct from other benzodiazepine drugs and has a negligible side-effect on the user.
Ambien tablets Zolpidem (also known by its most trusted brand name Ambien) is a sleeping agent which is approved by medical instituted for treating unhygienic sleep patterns and commonly referred in insomnia due to its low onset of 10 minutes.
 Modalert is a eugeroic drug which is approved as a wakefulness-promoting drug by FDA and recommended by doctors for the treatment of sleep apnea and narcolepsy.
Artvigil is a modafinil based drug which has proven an effect on narcolepsy and maintains the sleep-wake cycles of the users. Patients with narcolepsy can resort to this drug.

Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll is a renowned sleep expert with several published articles on insomnia and sleeping pills.Sleeping Pills 4UK is the 1st supplier of Sleeping Pills in UK. All sleeping pills are tested, safe and effective for inducing sleep to insomniacs. We have wide range of sleeping pills like Zopiclone, Xanax, Ambien, Tramadol, Diazepam, Codeine, Temazepam etc. in UK.

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