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Get Your Sleep Back on Track by Dealing with Common Issues

Restful sleep is something that is easy to take for granted. If you have always been able to fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up rested then the whole process may seem normal. The unfortunate reality is that getting restful sleep is elusive for many people. Sleep disturbances can come in many forms: trouble getting to sleep, issues staying asleep, snoring, and breathing disruptions. Any of those disturbances can sabotage your sleep and impact many areas of your life. If you want to get your sleep back on track you will have to deal with these common issues.

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5 Possible Causes for Your Daytime Fatigue

If you are struggling with fatigue on a consistent basis, there may be an underlying issue that you need to address. Many people find it difficult to nail down the underlying reason for fatigue because there are so many different things that can cause this issue. One short article cannot cover all of the possible reasons you are experiencing fatigue but it can provide you with a good start. Five possible causes for your daytime fatigue include vitamin deficiency, poor food choices, lack of exercise, poor sleep, and obstructive sleep apnea.

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Excessive Daytime Sleepiness: Potential Causes

Everyone experiences excessive daytime sleepiness from time to time. Things come up and sometimes it is impossible to get the rest that you need in order to avoid excessive daytime sleepiness. However, if you experience this level of sleepiness day in and day out, you need to explore the potential causes. The reality is that you cannot function at an optimal level if you are constantly trying to overcome extreme fatigue. Potential causes for excessive daytime sleepiness include waking up multiple times throughout the night, getting to bed too late, and making poor lifestyle choices.

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What is Causing My Excessive Daytime Sleepiness?

Everyone feels sleepy during the day from time to time. It is a normal part of life to have a poor night of sleep every once in a while. However, it is not a normal part of life to be excessively sleepy during the day. Excessive daytime sleepiness can lead to issues such as poor job performance, difficult regulating your mood, dangerous conditions when you drive, and poorer overall health. If you are experiencing excessive daytime sleepiness that is leading to these types of side effects then you need to explore the potential causes of your sleepiness and find treatment options. 

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Three Potential Causes for Your Daytime Sleepiness

Everyone experiences daytime sleepiness from time to time. Oftentimes the daytime sleepiness is temporary and can be linked back to an obvious cause – such as pulling an all-nighter to meet a work deadline. However, some people experience excessive daytime sleepiness on a regular basis without a clear explanation. If that is you, there are three potential causes that you should explore to help you pinpoint and address your excessive daytime sleepiness.

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I Can’t Sleep Through The Night - What Is The Issue?

Sleep plays a vital part in our overall health. When we sleep, we’re essentially recharging our internal batteries, relaxing our tired muscles, and clearing our minds of the stress and clutter of the day’s activities. A good night’s rest leaves one feeling refreshed and ready to face a new day. Insufficient sleep has just the opposite effect, leaving one feeling fatigued, unfocused, and more prone to depression and anxiety, as well as a host of other health risks.

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I Can’t Seem To Sleep Through The Night - What Is The Issue?

Many of us are familiar with the syndrome - we live a fast-paced, high stress life, and we’re booked for virtually every waking hour we can muster. Sometimes it’s hard to find enough time to get a reasonable amount of sleep. But other times, and for many of us, it’s not just a question of being too busy. We try to get enough sleep, and set the time aside, but simply can’t fall asleep, or we fall asleep but wake up without sleeping through the night. It seems to happen to just about all of us, at least some of the time, and some people experience this as a chronic problem.

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What is Causing My Poor Sleep?

 One or two nights of poor sleep can be frustrating but as long as you catch up on your sleep relatively quickly there are not usually any lasting consequences. On the other hand, poor sleep over an extended period of time can impact several important areas of your life including relationships, work, and your health. If the nights of poor sleep have started to outnumber the nights of good sleep then it is time to take action. You need to look at the potential causes for your poor sleep in order to start addressing the issue. Potential causes for your sleep troubles include poor sleep habits, snoring, and gasping for air throughout the night. Just one or a combination of these factors can lead to prolonged periods of poor sleep.

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Are There Different Types CPAP Devices?

If you snore or have sleep apnea, you may be starting to look into treatments. If you’ve heard about CPAP machines but aren’t exactly sure about what they are or how to choose the right, you’ve come to the right place. We at Hawkeye know a ton about sleep apnea, including what causes it, and the treatments available.

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Can I Have Apnea Now, Even If I Didn't Before?

OSA, otherwise known as obstructive sleep apnea, is a sleep disorder that can happen to any person, at any age. That being said, some age groups are at higher risk than others. Most sleep apnea cases are verified in those who are middle aged or older. That may be because as we age, fatty areas in the head and neck can cause restricted airways which ends up creating a blockage which is a symptom of OSA.

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