Why You Can’t Sleep at Night and How to Get Rid of Insomnia
Around 15% of the human population suffers from insomnia. People need about 8 hours of good sleep every night to support the normal state of physiological and psychological health. We have studied the reasons for insomnia and found effective methods to get rid of it.

By following these simple recommendations from 369 Health Tips you will be able to forget about insomnia forever and enjoy nice dreams every night.

1. Multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis © Depositphotos © Depositphotos

Scientists from the University of California conducted a study that showed a connection between multiple sclerosis and insomnia. There were 2,300 people with multiple sclerosis and 70% of them had a sleep disorder.

Along with feeling tired (a distinctive feature of multiple sclerosis) a person can’t fall asleep for at least 30 minutes. They often have to take pills to fight their insomnia. People aged from 20 to 50 are in the risk group.


Facebook Conversations

Disqus Conversations