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Insomnia and depression are the most common sleep and mood disorders, respectively. They also have a very strong relationship with each other. Watch this video to find out if insomnia could trigger depression later on in life.
People who experience symptoms of insomnia may eventually develop depression. There may be a large gap in time between the expression of the symptoms of insomnia and those of depression, or they may overlap. If an individual suffers from both of these conditions, treating one may influence the intensity of the other disorder—in fact, successful treatment of insomnia may alleviate the symptoms of depression.
Help prevent depression later in life by treating your insomnia now. Call Zeeba Sleep Center at (702) 242-1562. Our business serves the Las Vegas area with insomnia treatment. You can learn more about our services and accreditation by visiting our website or stopping in to see us today.
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Relationships can be strained if one or both partners is not getting enough sleep, and this is exaggerated when one partner keeps the other awake because of a sleep disorder. Fortunately, there are a handful of strategies that couples can use to help their situation. Here is how couples can cope when one partner has a sleep disorder.
One solution that helps couples cope with a sleep disorder is having separate bedrooms. This may be difficult for some couples, but it is an effective solution. Having separate bedrooms allows the partner without the disorder to sleep throughout the night without being bothered by the other person’s sleep disorder, and can help the affected partner overcome the sleep disorder’s symptoms. Many couples are happy with this solution, as they can spend time together throughout the day and then retire to their own rooms comfortably.
Changing your sleeping position can be an effective solution for some sleep disorders, especially snoring and sleep apnea. If your partner only snores while lying on his or her back, he or she can be trained to sleep in a new position. This can be done by propping your partner with pillows or rolling him or her over yourself. Remind your partner to try to avoid late night snacks and alcohol in order to reduce snoring.
A continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine can replace your partner’s loud snoring with a gentle hum. If you are still kept awake by the hum of your partner’s CPAP machine, there are simple solutions. You can use an extension cord or order a longer cable that allows you to set the machine away from your sleeping area, or you can even build a soundproof casing.
If you or your partner has a sleep disorder, contact Zeeba Sleep Center. We are one of the few accredited sleep disorder facilities in the Las Vegas area and we treat a host of disorders. For more information about our services, feel free to visit our website or give us a call at (702) 242-1562.
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Yoga can improve your mental and physical health as well as your sleep. If you are unfamiliar with yoga, watch this video to learn a few poses that will help you release stress before bedtime.
One simple pose involves setting yourself on your hands and knees and dropping your stomach down while inhaling and looking upwards. This is alternated with exhaling downwards and rounding out your spine while tucking in your chin. From here, you can straighten out your legs as you walk your feet back while keeping your hands on the ground, which is the downward dog pose. Remember not to overexert yourself so that you stay calm and ready for bed.
If you are having trouble sleeping, call Zeeba Sleep Center at (702) 242-1562. We are an accredited Las Vegas sleep disorder facility that treats a variety of conditions. If you want to learn more about us, check out our website or stop in and meet with us today.
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If you are about to undergo a Zeeba sleep study, you likely have plenty of questions. Since the study is made to replicate your normal sleeping environment in many ways, it is reasonable to wonder if you can bring a companion along with you. Keep reading to find out the answer.
In order to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible throughout your sleep study, you are allowed to bring a companion with you. This person can stay in your room or in a separate room of his or her own. However, your companion will not be allowed to sleep in bed with you due to the nature of the study. In order for your sleep physician to monitor you with a sufficient degree of accuracy, you must be sleeping in bed alone.
Zeeba Sleep Center is one of the few accredited sleep disorder facilities in the Las Vegas area. We perform sleep studies, and can treat insomnia, sleep apnea, and other sleep disorders. For more information about what we can do for you, feel free to call us at (702) 242-1562 or visit our website.
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If you require treatment for a medical problem, you must first be appropriately evaluated. In the case of a sleep disorder, this evaluation may involve a sleep study. A sleep study involves an overnight stay in a facility where you are monitored in order to pinpoint the cause and severity of your sleep problems. Read on for a brief overview of sleep studies.
The purpose of a sleep study is to accurately diagnose your sleep disorder so that it can be treated effectively. A sleep study affords doctors the opportunity to gather data and monitor your habits while you sleep. This facilitates the diagnosis of conditions like sleepwalking, obstructive sleep apnea, and REM behavior disorder.
Since your comfort is important, you will have your own room that will likely resemble a hotel room for the sleep study. You can bring a companion, but the person cannot sleep in the bed with you for the sake of the study. You will have various wires and electrodes placed on your body, but these will be completely painless and comfortable. You can read or listen to music until you fall asleep, but there will be no televisions in the study room, as the light could interfere with the study.
After completing the entrance paperwork and changing into your sleeping clothes, you will be briefed on the procedure while wires and electrodes are placed on your skin. These tools will be used to monitor your heart rate and rhythm, blood-oxygen level, brain waves, and more. This will give doctors plenty of information to analyze in order to make an accurate diagnosis. All you have to do is sleep as you normally would, and you will receive a diagnosis and treatment plan at a follow-up visit.
Do you still have questions about sleep studies? Talk to the professionals at Zeeba Sleep Center. Our accredited facility in Las Vegas treats conditions like sleep apnea and insomnia. If you want to find out more about us, do not hesitate to give us a call at (702) 242-1562. You can also visit our website or come in and meet us.