Effects of Insomnia
Insomnia is characterized by various personality changes and symptoms resulting from disrupted ability to sleep or not being able to complete a nap. It is a chronic disorder and is responsible for daytime fatigue, sleepiness, lacking motivation, and inability to concentrate.
We all are aware of the fact of how quality and right quantity sleep affects our whole routine and our mental health. Thus, the inability to sleep appropriately affects our entire body and all organs in several ways leading to a depressed and low lifestyle.
Today, clinicians who treat people with insomnia focus on evaluating them through various physiological, psychological, neuroanatomical, and behavioral aspects. Instead of treating them with sedatives and anxiolytics only. Because it’s a fact that to function properly we need a good sleep and for a good nap our organs and systems should already be functioning correctly!
Let’s see how insomnia or inability to sleep affects our whole body.
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