You can polish your body in your sleep

You can polish your body in your sleep

At night, in the sleep of people’s physical and mental rest, some diseases will appear quietly at this time.

Sleep experts summed up the secrets of diseases revealed by sleep.

Inability to lie supine: Upper airway syndrome If you feel uncomfortable when you are supine or you are apt to wake up every time you lie on your back and feel more comfortable on your side, then you should be careful about whether you can have upper airway tension syndrome (UARS).

When lying on your back, there are many physiological changes that affect breathing.

Women over 40 are most likely to develop UARS.

French researchers’ study of female patients with hypertension, insomnia and difficulty sleeping found that nearly 50% of patients have UARS problems.

In addition, people with narrower jaws are more likely to develop the disease.

2.Sleeping kicks or quilts: People with limb tic disorder and limb tic disorder (PLMD) often kick, shake, and shake their arms during sleep all night.

Poor sleep quality at night causes fatigue and irritability during the day.

PLMD is similar to restless leg syndrome, but you will feel tingling or involuntary disturbances in your legs when you are awake.

However, PLMD patients did not know that they had disordered kicking during sleep.

PLMD may also be an alternative to antihistamines, antidepressants, and antipsychotics.

In addition, they are the oldest and the most dangerous.

3.Snoring sounds like thunder: Studies of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases have found that snoring (especially thunder sounds) is directly related to stroke and cardiovascular disease.

American hospital ultrasound research found that snorers had thicker arterial blood vessel walls than the general population, a risk of arteriosclerosis, lower blood oxygen levels, and an increased risk of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

In addition, sleep apnea is a major red flag for high blood pressure.

If you sleep loudly and wake up with a dry mouth, be alert for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

4.Difficulty sleeping through the night: Nocturia is the most common cause of difficulty sleeping through the night.

Once a woman is older (especially after having a child), her bladder tends to become more sensitive, and she wants to urinate with a little urine.

To alleviate this problem, it is best not to drink too much water before going to bed.

5.Waking up cold during bedtime: Menopause, hot flashes, thyroid disease, or Raynaud’s syndrome in women with large changes in body temperature during sleep may be a signal to enter perimenopause.

Multiple studies have found that women with hot flashes or night sweats wake up on average 4?
6 times.

Excessive changes in body temperature may also be related to thyroid problems.

Patients with hypothyroidism always feel cold, and patients with hyperthyroidism always feel hot.

In addition, cold hands and feet may also be a major symptom of Raynaud’s syndrome. Patients’ hands, feet, and nose cannot obtain sufficient blood flow due to vasoconstriction.

6.Waking headaches: Bruxism at night is usually caused by tension headaches.

The simplest explanation is poor sleeping posture.

For example, pillows that are too high cause stretching of the neck and neck muscles.

A more difficult underlying cause is nocturnal bruxism.

Teeth clenching for several hours during sleep causes muscle tension to extend upwards and eventually cause tension headaches.

This headache is often concentrated on the top of the head or both ends of the head, and there is a feeling of squeeze.