Maneesh VenkateshA recently
Research published in the International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health shows some shocking results.
This study, based on different age groups around the world, shows that almost 48% of adults are struggling with some form of insomnia.
The biggest reason behind this is the change in lifestyle, and most people lose sleep because they are addicted to TV, computer or mobile screen.
The average time to stare at the screen has increased by three-
FoldManya Roberts, 29, an accountant, told us, "I haven't been able to sleep all night for a while.
Even if I do sleep, it's hard for me to fall asleep.
I was told.
The associated pressure is the main cause of this situation.
Earlier, I used to stay on my desk for almost 8 hours in a row, so now I'm trying to reduce the number of hours and add physical exercise to my daily routine.
It has a positive effect on my energy level, however, there is still a long way to go before I sleep better.
"Doctor Muru Ruoli, head neurosurgery service in Bangalore-
The Bangladesh-based hospital explained, "there has been a significant increase in sleep disorders in Bengaluru over the past few years.
For example, the difference between decades ago and now is that technological advances mean that all of us are watching screens, whether it's TV or tablet computers, using computers/laptops or smartphones for a long time.
This artificial light changes the circadian rhythm of the body and does not allow individuals to sleep deeply.
Extended office hours and the fact that we are exposed to nearly 18 hours of light, most of which are human, are factors that cause so many people to suffer from insomnia.
Neurologist Dr. Arvind Bhateja added, "stop using anything with an LED screen at least an hour before going to bed.
These screens are a stimulant for our brains because they don't allow us to get into normal sleep.
Another thing someone can do is optimize the sleeping environment and reduce lighting, noise and stable temperature.
"I might say that my screen time has increased due to the number of web series I watch and I am trying to reduce it, but they are all very interesting.
Now, every time I'm bored, I turn on the streaming service, Carnival"year-
Old student Sarah Fuller
Carnival, she added.
It's more than just watching to increase her screen time, "however, I'm not going to say it's all crazy --
Look, most of my college work is now online, so I'm almost always on my phone or computer.
"Another reason for the increase in screen time is because of new inventions in technology such as Rohan Agarwal in Delhi
Based on the architect, explained.
"Most of my work has been transferred from paper to the screen.
For me, using a tablet and a smart pen is easier and faster than using paper.
"Computing, drawing and everything are getting cleaner and more complicated," Rohan said . ".
Changing your way of life, instant insomnia may not seem like a big problem at first, but if it is not controlled, it can have catastrophic effects and may even be fatal.
"Sleep is a basic necessity, and mental, emotional and physical functioning can be disturbed if you don't have deep sleep.
For example, if you buy a new car and drive for six months without forced maintenance and rest, it crashes.
Like a car, our body needs rest and maintenance, otherwise there will be pressure --
"Related diseases such as high blood pressure, high acidity and even heart attack," Dr. Murali said . ".
Things to do when sleeping at night don't drink coffee late at night.
Coffee is a stimulant that will not rest your brain.
Organize your thoughts before going to bed.
Scattered thoughts do not allow a good night's sleep.
Take a bath about an hour and a half before going to bed, or soak your feet with warm water.
Turn off notifications on your phone so you don't wake up in the middle of the night.