Who Needs Sleep Disorder Treatment the Most?

Anyone who got a good night’s sleep last night should consider themselves lucky.  Tens of millions of Americans suffer from sleep disorders that can keep them from getting the rest their bodies and minds need to function properly.  While the severity of these conditions can vary from moderate to severe (and in some cases, even life-threatening) everyone who has a chronic sleep deficiency can benefit from sleep disorder treatment programs.

Who Needs Sleep Disorder Treatment the Most?

The individuals who can benefit most from sleep disorder treatment include those with the following conditions:

  • Insomnia.  The most common sleep disorder, Insomnia is characterized by the inability to initiate sleep, or sleep through the entire night without waking up.  Episodes of insomnia can be chronic (lasting for years) or acute (the individual experiences insomnia only occasionally).
  • Sleep apnea.  Potentially a very serious condition, sleep apnea occurs when the individual has trouble breathing during the night.   While most people live with a mild form of sleep apnea throughout their lives, if the interruptions in breathing become too severe, the brain could stop sending signals to the respiratory system – thus causing death.
  • Restless leg syndrome.  As the name suggests, restless leg syndrome occurs when the individual experiences leg pain or involuntary leg movement.  The pain and discomfort associated with restless leg syndrome can keep individuals from falling asleep or wake them up in the middle of the night.

The majority of cases seen at sleep disorder treatment facilities come from one of these three groups.  Individuals with any of the conditions listed above have probably seen their life disrupted due to lack of sleep in more ways than they care to remember.

The Importance of Sleep Disorder Treatment

 

Individuals with high-stress occupations, students and new parents are just some of the people who know, firsthand, the importance of sleep disorder treatment.   People who have jobs where the decisions they make affect the public’s safety (such as pilots, air traffic controllers, truck drivers, etc.) need sleep disorder treatment for the simple reason that when they make a mistake it can cost people their lives.  New parents need to keep up with small children throughout the day, and students must be well-rested in order to properly absorb the information they will learn in school.

 

There are also countless studies linking sleep to good health.  Individuals who sleep the appropriate amount of time for their age (usually 7 or 8 hours a night for an adult) are likely to live longer and stay healthier than those whose sleep is constantly interrupted, or only gets 1-5 hours of sleep each night.

 

Moonview Sanctuary offers sleep disorder treatment that gets results!    The Transformational Health program at Moonview is staffed by some of the leading sleep disorder treatment specialists in Southern California.  Contact Moonview Sanctuary today for more information.

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