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Understanding how Insomnia is caused within the body

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Understanding Insomnia

Insomnia is a condition in which sleep is affected or disrupted. Typically, a person has difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. Insufficient sleep can affect a person’s overall health.

So, what exactly causes Insomnia?

Lack of sleep can increase a person’s risk of becoming ill, e.g., a viral illness, as lack of sleep has a negative effect on a person’s immune system. Infections can increase. On the day following a poor night sleep the person may experience a difficulty concentrating while at work or interacting with others (e.g., family and friends). Insufficient sleep can also cause daytime drowsiness. Poor sleep can also cause anxiety and anxiety can result in an inability to sleep well.

Which products should I be using for my Insomnia?

Kratom Deep-Sleep capsules

Kratom is from the coffee tree family and is grown in South East Asia. This natural product as a medicine, kratom is used for insomnia, anxiety, cough, depression, diabetes, diarrhea, high blood pressure, pain, to improve sexual performance, and to lessen symptoms of opiate withdrawal.

600mg CBD Sleep drops

CBD can assist with sleep issues due to it’s anti-anxiety properties and ability to promote relaxation. Our blend of CBD and lavender terpenes will help you to fall asleep and stay asleep. Our CBD promotes restoration and healing through rest and you should wake up feeling rejuvenated and ready to take on the day.

Different types of Insomnia

Acute insomnia – is short-term insomnia that can last from a few days to a few weeks. It’s the most common type of insomnia. Acute insomnia is also referred to as adjustment insomnia because it typically occurs when you experience a stressful event, such as the death of a loved one or starting a new job.

Insomnia is considered chronic – if you have trouble sleeping at least three days per week for at least one month. Chronic insomnia can be primary or secondary. Primary chronic insomnia, which is also called idiopathic insomnia, doesn’t have an obvious cause or underlying medical condition. Secondary insomnia, also called comorbid insomnia, is more common. It’s chronic insomnia that occurs with another condition.

Onset insomnia – is trouble initiating sleep. This type of insomnia can be short term or chronic. Any of the causes of acute and chronic insomnia can make it difficult to fall asleep. Psychological or psychiatric issues are the most common causes. These include stress, anxiety, or depression.

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