The average person sleeps between 7 and 8 hours a day, and therefore, approximately one-third of our knit is asleep. Sleep is a process that the body needs both physiologically and psychologically. In this process, contrary to popular belief, the body is not passive but active.
Quality and adequate sleep helps the body gather the energy it needs for the next day. However, sleep disorders experienced by many people today negatively affect the quality of life of the person.
Today, it is known that there are more than 80 sleep disorders. Sleep disturbance can occur as a symptom of various disorders, but also as a result of some diseases.
Cause of Insomnia
There are three different types of insomnia, which is considered as difficulty falling asleep or interrupting sleep for a short time. These are called temporary, short-term and chronic insomnia.
Conditions lasting less than one week are considered transient insomnia, conditions ranging from one week to four weeks are considered short-term insomnia, and conditions lasting longer than four weeks are considered chronic insomnia. This disorder, which can be seen in people of almost all age groups, is generally psychologically based.
Stress is one of the main causes of insomnia. In addition, jet lag, repetitive disturbing noise, substance and alcohol addiction and some physical ailments also cause sleep disorders.
Although the type of sleep disorder that will occur varies from person to person, when sleep disorder occurs as a result of an illness, it may resolve spontaneously with the disappearance of the discomfort causing insomnia. However, in insomnia caused by psychological reasons, this problem needs to be resolved.
Past or recent traumatic events and negative emotion loading can often bring along many problems, as well as insomnia.
Thanks to methods such as therapies, meditation and EMDR, sleep disorders can be overcome with a regular trauma study and the person can regain a healthy sleep pattern. If the person has a sleep disorder, he or she should get help from a specialist counselor.