It's dangerous, Insomnia Can Cause Death

A study has been conducted for 14 years, involving 1741 men and women, shows that a person who has insomnia have a greater risk of mortality 4 multiplication rather than a person with normal sleep cycles for 6 hours. This research was conducted by a team of researchers at Penn State, dr. Alexandros N. Vgontzas and his colleagues. The mortality rate even increased up to 7 multiplication, if the person has diabetes or hypertension. Increased mortality was found in those who claim to suffer from insomnia, and when examined in a sleep laboratory indicate that they sleep less than 6 hours per day.

Those who claimed don't have insomnia, but sleep less than 6 hours per day, showed no increased risk of death. So also with those who claim to have insomnia, but sleep more than 6 hours per day. Dr. Vgontzas says that insomnia is associated with physical problems, so it becomes a health problem as serious as shortness of breath during sleep. The results of this study came from the men.

It's dangerous, Insomnia Can Cause Death
Study of women started 5 years after the study of man began. In addition, women also have a tendency to have a longer life than men, so that the results from studies of women could not be determined. In the initial discovery, dr. Vgontzas and his team found that both women and men with insomnia more frequently had hypertension, diabetes and neurocognitive deficits when compared with those who slept normally.

Dr. Lisa Shives, medical director of Northshore Sleep Medicine, Evanston, Illinois said that those who have problems with insomnia, experiencing a state of stress that go up and down. When we are sleeping, our body also having a rest. Heart rate and blood pressure becomes lower, the neural system is also having a rest. And it takes 7-8 hours every day for the rest of the human body.

If someone can not get it, someone to be experiencing the stress state of the cardiovascular (heart and blood vessels). That's why, insomnia should be treated more seriously. Consult with your doctor all about insomnia, concerns the selection of medication and CBT (Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy) as a means of psycho-emotional therapy is needed to address this issue. Overcoming insomnia is a combination of controlling the mind and the human body.