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Sleeping problems, including snoring and insomnia

Sleeping problems can vary from snoring issues, insomnia symptoms, etc.  Sleeping issues are an issue for one in three people, so it's something to think about.  It's also worth noting that the person who snores often has a great nights sleep, but because of the constant snoring, the person with them doesn't get the same quality of sleep that they deserve!  Do you find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning?

How much sleep does a person need?  Individuals vary greatly in their need for sleep; there are no established criteria to determine exactly how much sleep a person needs. Eight hours or more may be necessary for some people, while others may consider this to be too much sleep.

The National Institute of Health (NIH) suggests that most average adults need about 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night. Newborn babies, by contrast, sleep from 16 to 18 hours a day. Sleeping problems, including snoring issues and insomnia problems - do you know someone who snores in their sleep?Preschool-aged children typically sleep between 10 and 12 hours a day. Older, school-aged children and teens need at least 9 hours of sleep a night. Women in the first trimester of pregnancy have been observed to need a few more hours' sleep than is usual for them.

Does the amount of sleep we need change as we age?  Changes in the sleep cycle do occur with aging. Deep or slow wave sleep (Stage N3) sleep declines as we age, while light sleep (Stage N1) increases with age, so that older adults may spend less time in the more restorative stages of sleep and more time in lighter sleep. Older people are also more easily aroused from sleep. While some people believe that older adults need less sleep as they get older, there is no scientific evidence that older people need less sleep than younger adults.

If you're not getting off to sleep easily at night, and/or your waking up in the night, just try the bottle mentioned on the link below, of a special blend of essential oils.  As it's a (non-staining) pillow mist, nothing is consumed, plus, it's non-allergenic and actually works! Natural Sleep Remedies

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