Hypnotherapy in Glasgow
Sleep Disorders and Depression
Tiredness, caused by a lack of proper sleep, makes people feel listless and down during the day. Sleep apnea can wake people up every few minutes, sometimes without them even realising it, causing them severe exhaustion the next day. Over time, it’s understandable that this might lead to feelings of depression. Sleep is an important part of a healthy life, so do what you can to help e.g. by reducing caffeine intake, exercising, not becoming over-weight etc.
Sleep disorders can also cause some more serious health problems in the future. :
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Thanks so much for that really useful and interesting link, Stanton! I will take a look through this website on melatonin in more depth soon. I’m also currently looking at the benefits of magnesium. On its relationship with insomnia, this is quite an interesting article:
I’ll hopefully be posting more articles on magnesium shortly, when I have more time. It has a huge benefit to anyone suffering from a wide range of conditions, including stress, anxiety and depression as it relaxes the nervous system.