As age developments, people lose the ability to achieve a continuous dream. It is already repetitive to feel that you do not sleep long and deeper than in the adolescent. However, despite popular belief, this is not about something pathological but about the natural evolution of different human life stages.
"When we serve years, our Circadian rhythm comes on and we're feeling the dream of that, and that makes us tend to get up early. Similarly, the percentage of sleeping during the night is falling, we sleep less during the night and we take small nappies throughout the day, "explains the neurologist at Clinica Somno , and Dr. Pedro Moya.
In terms of Architecture of the dream, this also suffers adaptations. The "deep sleep" is known as changing and remains less present in the brain, which explains, for example, that older adults sleep less : "This change is in sleep due to an adjustment in non-REM sleeping (when we're not a dream) .This is a significant reduction in deep sleep," said Somno Clinic neurologist Pedro Moya.
For men, problems with prostate do many times they need go to the bathroom several times at night what also wakes up. On the other hand, women after menopaus also sleep less because of hot flames, which is the feeling of heat, often with sweating.
There is a series of Suggestions that try to reconcile and help get a good rest, which also applies to younger people: Pick up every morning at the same time, even at weekends or during holidays, do not sleep more than 20 minutes, do all physical exercises for days It does not have to be something who need great effort. For example, a walk at the end of the dayGood idea is to avoid caffeine drinks and also energizers, not to drink extensively at night to avoid the need to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night, the last Eating food should be at least two hours before going to bed, avoid using devices such as computers, cell phones, and television while lying down, which will only create sleeping restraint and learn to relax before bedtime. For this, you can set up a series of activities such as yoga, soft music, or a bath with warm water.
* Dr. Pedro Moya, neurologist at Clinica Somno