Sleep is one of the most important factors to living a fulfilled and happy life. Many people decide that sleeping isn’t that vital for our health, but many health issues are associated with sleeping very poorly including insomnia, stress and diabetes.
A majority of people alleviate sleep problems in a number of ways, many positive, but around 16% of the UK deal with restless nights by drinking alcohol, and we’re sure that many who struggle to sleep around the world are dealing with it in the same way.
Many people are unaware, but sleep apnea is one of the leading causes of restless nights for people all around the world. Sleep apnea is a fairly common disorder where you have one or more pauses in breathing whilst you sleep.
In the infographic below, provided by SleepPro, they delve deeper into what causes restless and sleepless nights. Are we getting enough hours sleep to start with? Do we exercise enough? Are we sleeping in the correct environment? Find out below…