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Insomnia Treatment Options: Sleep Specialist and at Home Solutions

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Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder, affecting an estimated 30–50% of Americans at some time or another. This year alone, about 1 in 10 Americans will struggle with a period of sleeplessness.

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Can’t Sleep? Common Causes and Reasons

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Do you ever find yourself complaining, “I’m having trouble sleeping” or “I can’t sleep”? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, you’re not even among a small but distinguished group of unfortunates. According to the American Sleep Association (ASA), a pretty massive number of adults in the U.S. are bad at getting enough shuteye.

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Health Consequences of Untreated Insomnia

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If you’re one of the 70 million Americans who experience insomnia from time to time, you probably are familiar with at least a few of the side effects that come from sleep deprivation.

 

Puffy eyes, dark circles, dizziness, slow decision-making (or poor decision making), dry eyes, headaches, nausea. These are just a few of the issues you may have the day after just one sleepless night.

 

But what if you accumulate a series of sleepless nights? The sleep debt you create by under-sleeping on a regular basis gets bigger and bigger, to the point where you can’t ever fully repay your body the sleep it needs to run properly. 

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Is It Insomnia? (Diagnosis and the Sleep Specialist)

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If you’re having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, you may have insomnia. But how can you know for certain that a sleep disorder—or this particular sleep disorder—is to blame for your lack of sleep?

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What Is Insomnia? (Signs and Symptoms)

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Most of us are familiar with classic insomnia: a temporary period of time during which, for whatever reason, we just can’t fall asleep or stay asleep. In fact, insomnia is very common. According to the Centers for Disease Control, up to 70 million Americans are dealing with it to some degree, with a staggering one out of three adults getting less than the necessary minimum amount of nightly sleep.

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What is Somnoplasty? (Uses, Procedure, Side Effects, and Success Rate)

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When you breathe normally, air makes its way to your lungs by passing through your mouth, over your tongue, and past your soft palate, uvula, and tonsils.

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Sleep Apnea Surgery Procedures and the ENT Specialist/Doctor

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Sleep apnea is a common disorder where you have at least one pause in breathing or have shallow breathing as you sleep. These pauses can last anywhere from a few seconds to minutes. They happen as many as 30 times or more each hour, reports the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. It’s estimated that over 12 million Americans of all ages suffer from apnea, according to the University of Washington in Seattle.

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Low Testosterone Therapy and Sleep Apnea

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Recent research on sleep apnea, particularly obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) has revealed some shocking findings regarding sleep and a man's libido. It turns out, there's a relationship between low testosterone and sleep apnea. Men who don't get enough sleep, have fragmented sleep, or have obstructive sleep apnea, tend to have low-T levels, according to a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

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Low Testosterone: Signs, Symptoms, Causes, and Risk Factors

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Testosterone is a hormone that your body produces. When you have low testosterone (low-T), it means your body isn't producing enough of this hormone. Although both men and women produce testosterone, men produce it through their testicles. This T-hormone affects the sexual development and appearance in men. It stimulates the production of sperm and his sex drive. It also contributes to building muscle and bone mass.

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Pain Medications and Sleep and Breathing

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Sleep is a restorative need for all creatures, particularly humans, but it requires not only specific conditions, but also enough time for the full beneficial effects to occur. Body and brain must work together to make "good sleep" a reality. When sleep is disrupted for any reason, whether by stress and anxiety, by chronic pain or by medications used to treat pain and illness, serious health consequences can result.

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