Stress and Insomnia

Stress may be a response to threat or pressure. Under stress we may have a tendency to feel nervous, tensed, or on edge. The stress response is typically physical, too. Stress triggers a stream of a hormone called adrenaline; this hormone temporarily affects the nervous system of a person. Stress will have an effect on each ways that showing emotion and physically, and it will have an effect on the means someone behaves. Insomnia can be caused by medical conditions and psychiatric conditions, specific substances, unhealthy sleep habits or certain biological factors. Insomnia can be a problem with too much wake drive or too little sleep drive. Insomnia itself will create changes in mood and shifts in hormones and physiology will cause each psychiatrical problems and insomnia at the same time.

  • Acute Stress
  • Chronic Stress
  • Aging and Sleep
  • Bruxism
  • Sleep Paralysis
  • Delayed Sleep phase Syndrome
  • Circadian Rhythm sleep Disorder

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