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Every night we go to sleep hoping to enter the unconscious state of sleep as soon as possible. This should be normal, but for some people it is not.
Insomnia is the most common sleep problem, estimated to affect one third of the population.
Insomnia is the inability or difficulty in falling or staying asleep properly, i.e. according to the needs of each person. It manifests itself in one of the following situations:
Physiological changes: Ageing produces a number of changes in sleep patterns.
Lifestyles (circadian rhythm disturbances): when the sleep schedule does not coincide with what is considered normal (jet-lag, night shifts, etc.).
Pharmacological habits: there are several commonly used drugs that can cause insomnia (antihypertensives, anticholinergics, hormones, antineoplastics, etc.).
Psychological and organic pathologies: any chronic illness that produces symptoms of discomfort at night can cause night-time sleep impairment.
Rest is essential for the organism, with the aim of restoring the nervous system, the rest of the body's tissues, cellular energy, memory…
Mainly, sleep enables us to be able to have a satisfactory degree of alertness and attention during the day.
Therefore, lack of sleep can have consequences such as: