Glendale, AZ (PressExposure) July 23, 2011 -- Sleep Apnea Revealed, an informational website on the sleep disorder of sleep apnea, has expanded its information base, and added new information about the issue of being always tired.
Are you feeling always tired and cranky? Do you often find yourself without any energy to go through your daily activities? Are you having behavioral changes and often irrationally moody and irritable? These are sure signs of sleep deprivation and should not be ignored. If this symptom persists, it may lead to various health problems and also affect a person's overall quality of life.
A good quality sleep is very important for our bodies to renew and repair cells. A good quality sleep helps our body heal when we are sick. It slows down the functions of our organs so that it will not be overworked and cause diseases. In other words, it keeps us healthy. A good quality sleep should be peaceful and undisturbed. Waking up several times a night, even if you think you are on a deep kind of sleep, affects sleep quality.
Being always tired is usually a sign of a sleep disorder such as sleep apnea. People having sleep apnea often wake up many times a night unconsciously because of the need to recover from loss of breath. People with sleep apnea experience loud snoring followed by prolonged pauses in breathing while asleep. Sufferers are usually unaware that they wake up because it only lasts for seconds and they immediately go back to sleep. Some sleep apnea sufferers wake up more than a hundred times a night. This significantly affects their sleep quality, thus making them prone to cardiovascular diseases and diabetes.
If you feel always tired and not functioning normally as you used to, seek medical help immediately. The sooner you get treated for your disorder the sooner you can enjoy a good quality sleep and prevent possible diseases from developing.
Sleep Apnea Revealed provides more intensive information about the disorders you could possibly have if you are feeling always tired. The website will continue to add additional information on this important symptom of sleep apnea disorder.