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Alcohol withdrawal leads to reductions in deep sleep and abnormalities in REM sleep. REM sleep is characterized by increased brain activity, relaxation of the body, rapid eye movements, and increased dreaming.




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CBT-I often entails regular, weekly meetings, during which your therapist will give you sleep assessments, work with you to alter problematic sleep behaviors, and ask you to complete a sleep diary at home.


Hosted by Editor-in-Chief and therapist Amy Morin, LCSW, this episode of The Verywell Mind Podcast, featuring neurologist and sleep expert Chris Winter, shares strategies for sleeping better at night. Click below to listen now.


Maurer LF, Schneider J, Miller CB, Espie CA, Kyle SD. The clinical effects of sleep restriction therapy for insomnia: A meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. Sleep Med Rev. 2021;58:101493. doi:10.1016/j.smrv.2021.101493


If you've had depression in the past, watch for signs of relapsing depression, such as low mood, irritability, loss of interest, brain fog, fatigue, social withdrawal, and changes in sleep and weight.


In order to perform their best, athletes must prepare in every aspect of their lives. They train regularly, eat healthy meals and snacks, and make time for rest, recovery, and sleep. When one area is lacking, overall performance can suffer. Sleep is certainly no exception!


For both athletes and non-athletes, sleep is essential for overall health and wellbeing. Everyone needs sleep in order to feel restored and function their best Trusted Source Merck Manual First published in 1899 as a small reference book for physicians and pharmacists, the Manual grew in size and scope to become one of the most widely used comprehensive medical resources for professionals and consumers. View Source the next day. Other physical benefits include:


Sleep helps everyone to retain and consolidate memories. When athletes practice or learn new skills, sleep helps form memories, and contributes to improved performance in the future. Without sleep, the pathways in the brain that allow you to learn and make memories can't be formed or maintained Trusted Source National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) NINDS aims to seek fundamental knowledge about the brain and nervous system and to use that knowledge to reduce the burden of neurological disease. View Source .


Sleep is also essential for cognitive processing. Loss of sleep is associated with a decline in cognitive function Trusted Source National Library of Medicine, Biotech Information The National Center for Biotechnology Information advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information. View Source . This can have adverse effects on athletes whose sports require a high level of cognitive function, such as decision making and adapting to new situations.


Also, just as exercise can help improve or maintain mental health, sleep is important for maintaining athlete's mental health. Quality sleep is associated with improving overall mood. Healthy sleep prevents irritability and decreases the risk of developments such as depression.


Poor quality and quantity of sleep lead to several negative effects in any person. Mentally, sleep deprivation reduces the ability to react quickly and think clearly. People who are sleep deprived are more likely to make poor decisions and take risks. A lack of sleep also increases irritability and risk for anxiety and depression. Physically, a lack of sleep increases the risk for many medical concerns, including type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease, and stroke.


While quality sleep has positive effects specifically on athletic performance, a lack of sleep is detrimental to performance. A great number of concerns can arise when athletes do not receive adequate sleep:


Evidence shows that more sleep, or extended sleep, can benefit athletes, their recovery, and their performance. Recommendations for athletes range between seven and nine hours nightly . Elite athletes are encouraged to get at least nine hours of sleep nightly and to treat sleep with as much importance as athletic training and diet. In contrast, people who exercise moderately likely do not need as much sleep as elite performers. Standard sleep guidelines are appropriate.


While it is not recommended for some sleepers, such as those with insomnia, napping after a night of inadequate sleep Trusted Source National Library of Medicine, Biotech Information The National Center for Biotechnology Information advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information. View Source can benefit athletes. Athletes who anticipate a night of inadequate sleep can also benefit from extending their sleep Trusted Source National Library of Medicine, Biotech Information The National Center for Biotechnology Information advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information. View Source in the nights beforehand. Additional sleep is encouraged before events such as traveling to competitions, before a heavy competition, and during times of illness or injury.


For some types of athletes, waking early has more of a negative impact than staying up late. A study of judo athletes showed that sleep deprivation at the end of the sleeping time (i.e., early morning) decreased power Trusted Source National Library of Medicine, Biotech Information The National Center for Biotechnology Information advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information. View Source and muscle strength the following day. If early wake times are affecting your performance, consider consulting your coach to determine a training and competition schedule that best meets your needs.


Different functions happen throughout each of the stages of sleep, and all are necessary in order to have healthy sleep. But are there any parts of the sleep cycle that are particularly beneficial to athletes?


The results of a study of Norwegian chess players Trusted Source National Center for Biotechnology Information The National Center for Biotechnology Information advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information. View Source suggest so. Of the players studied, those who improved their chess ranking had different sleep patterns from the players whose chess rankings dropped. The sleep patterns of the improved players had less rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, higher amounts of deep sleep, and lower respiration rates.


Another aspect of sleep quality athletes need to consider is the effects of jet lag. When traveling to different time zones for competitions, athletes can get out of their natural circadian phase. This means athletes may experience fatigue or the inability to perform their best. For example, West Coast American football teams play significantly better Trusted Source National Library of Medicine, Biotech Information The National Center for Biotechnology Information advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information. View Source during evening home games than the visiting East Coast teams.


Additionally, my doctor talked to me about the importance of managing stress and prioritizing sleep for maintaining healthy immune function and hormonal balance. And during a particularly stressful period in my life last winter, she helped me figure out that my chronically elevated cortisol levels were causing my progesterone levels to drop and contributing to flare-ups in my Lyme symptoms in the days leading up to my period. (It's all connected, folks!)


Becoming more active or staying at your current level of physical activity before treatment may help you handle and recover from your treatment more easily. Research shows that being as active as possible may reduce complications from surgery and may help you handle treatment better. Also, physical activity may help you deal with distress and anxiety, have more energy, and sleep better as you begin treatment.


Both workers and employers share in the responsibility of reducing risks connected to poor sleep. Therefore, it is important for both workers and managers to make sleep a priority in their personal life and in the assignment of work.


I am a labor inspector in Brazil and I find that sleeping is really a security issue. I have read that the hours of work of truck drivers are inspected by the DOT in the US, and not OSHA. I would like to know your opinion about that since the hours of work to which drivers are submitted to are closely related to work pressures and the way the remuneration is done (by productivity), factors that are work related. Sorry for my English. I hope I made myself understood.


As discussed in the article, the shift workers are more at risk of suffering from disorders of digestion and appetite, and increased use of sedatives or stimulants to stay awake., Which could affect performance, increase likelihood of errors and accidents at work, to improve all the negative consequences that this type of workers, there are research studies that claim that limiting work shifts to 12 hours maximum, ensuring that they can rest for two full nights of sleep night until the next turn, could help these people in their daily lives, diminishing the many social, work and family that will cause your shift.


The dream is more important than it seems. We must not forget that quality Sleep is also very Important. The Common People think that sleep deprivation is only manifested in tiredness the next day, but many more are affected as process: In children the process of growth, in Adults, suspended the creation of chemicals in the Body, to stay healthy, such as growth hormone, which helps us stay young and alert. We should adopt healthy habits to promote quality and adequate amount of sleep.Juan González


The risks of long work hours and shift work are very depressed for every person. No schedule for sleeping, no fix time for relationship like family married life. Long work shift are increase fat depression, heart diseases gastrointestinal disorders and cancer. To lose your extra weight stop the long decrease the long work at shift. 041b061a72


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