Have you ever had that fatigued feeling you get when you wake up after a long night of drinking alcohol? That feeling of total exhaustion and your body just feels like a zombie. Did you ever wonder if it was the alcohol you were drinking is what caused you to feel drained and sleep deprived? When you try to fall asleep after drinking do you find it hard to fall asleep? Fun fact that after drinking alcohol your body has to work extremely hard to filter the poisons out of your body. For every ounce and a half it takes you about an hour to burn it through your bodies filter. Do you wonder if this is the cause of your insomnia or other sleeping disorder? There may be hope in getting the rest your body needs after you stop drinking. Recently there have been numerous studies conducted and reviewed to better understand the correlation between alcohol dependence and sleeping disorders. There is hope. To find out more check out this article.
- 1Alcohol dependence can lead to sleep insomnia.
- 2There is a big correlation between alcohol and sleep.
- 3Alcohol dependence can be correlated to other things as well.
This review examines the various aspects of insomnia associated with AD, especially using findings over the last decade, and employing updated diagnostic criteria for sleep disorders found in the third edition of the International Classification of Sleep Disorders.
Read the full article at: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/10/161006092315.htm
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