Medical treatments for better sleep


For the whole body and mind to work almost for all the existing creatures on the earth need sleep. Especially human beings need eight hours of sleep in each twenty-four hours. Sleep is the only best way of refreshing minds and helping you cope up with your work. Truth is that the sleep is an essential, active state that regenerates the body physically and mentally. Many of the teenagers really do need 14 hours a night. There are more than eighty sleep related disorders have been identified so far. Sleep interferes with quality of life, personal health and contributes too much traffic leading you to different types of accidents.

Causes and treatments for insomnia

There are many treatments for the people suffering from insomnia. Many reasons are responsible for insomniac problems like neuropathic pain, acute manic or depressiveness, gastro-oesophageal refluxes, cough and thyroid disease and many others disorders. The advise ‘the later the meal, the lighter the meal’ you get from your doctors may help you for better night sleep. Some of the frequent preferred medical treatments are psychological treatment for anxiety, radioiodine treatment for thyroid diseases, drug treatment for bipolar disorder and neuropathic pain. For the people suffering from sleep apnea, depending on the particular type and sternness various medical treatments are available. And for the people suffering from restless leg disorders drug treatments are suggested. Treatments for diseases like cancer, laryngeal and hypopharyngeal, liver cancer, lung cancer and head and neck cancer are necessary for better night sleep.

Basic medical treatments for insomnia

Drugs are the basic medical treatment for sleep disorders that improves your quality of life. These drugs include eszopiclone, zaleplon and zolpidem. Cognitive behavior therapy also helps you sleep better changing our feeling, thinking and behavior. Regular exercise is another best medical treatment. Doctors suggest not to take sleeping pills if you already taking other medicines as well. Sleeping pills may give you side effects like headache, pain, drowsiness, blocked eyes and dizziness. The other medical treatment for insomnia includes melatonin. Consuming this melatonin before bedtime may help you sleep earlier and longer.


<< Not intended as medical advice. Seek the help of a professional. >>




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