Sleeping Pills : Science’s Answer To The Sandman’s Magic Dust?
There’s a song that goes, Mister Sandman, bring me a dream. Do you remember the folklore that old people used to tell kids to lull them to sleep? It’s about this mystical person that brings sleep by sprinkling magic dust into children’s eyes. Enter Sandman.
Sleeping disorders have become more and more prominent over the ages. More than 60 million American adults encounter difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or sleeping well. Stress and environment also contribute to sleep disorders. Stress causes sleep disorder in such a way that the brain is active as the person thinking about things such as finances, marital problems, health issues and extreme boredom to name a few. Environment also plays a role in such a way that a noisy neighborhood can disrupt your sleep if not stop you from getting your well deserved rest. Living in a loud environment, working on the night shift, excessive consumption of caffeine-containing products, these may cause you to lose sleep.
The three most common of sleeping disorders are: sleep apnea (snoring), restless legs syndrome (RLS),...