If you need to lose weight, dieting and exercise is a good thing. However, be watchful of insomnia . Not being mindful of your dieting and exercise can cause a variety of sleep issues.
Most people increase their water intake dramatically while dieting. Water helps to flush toxins out of the body and it gives a full feeling that can reduce feelings of hunger. Just note that if drinking large amounts of water is part of your diet program, your sleep may be interrupted by trips to the bathroom at night.
Solution : Work around this issue by drinking the largest quantities of water in the morning and taper off as the day goes along. Avoid drinking water a few hours before bedtime.
Cutting calories is the goal of dieting. Many people eat their evening meal earlier in the day and also cut out nighttime snacking when trying to lose weight. This means the body goes to bed hungry. But when the body is hungry, it is unable to rel...
I get Migraine Headackes alot, and then I fall and start shaking. My nuoroloigst did a EEG and it came back all right. Do you have any Idea? Alyssa.
What type of Migraines do you have? "Migraine" alone isn't a complete diagnosis as it doesn't specify what type of Migraines you have. You can read about various forms of Migraine in the articles on our index page for Types of Migraines and Headaches .
It's impossible to diagnose via the internet, but we'll share a few thoughts that you can discuss with your doctor...
One EEG doesn't necessarily rule out seizure disorders, so additional testing may be in order.
There is a form of Migraine that can cause weakness or even one-sided paralysis, hemiplegic Migraine. You can find an article on hemiplegic Migraine on the page linked above.
You say you get Migraines "a lot." Anyone with three or more Migraines or headaches a month, we need to be talking with our doctors...
Risk Factors Gender Obstructive sleep apnea is more common in men than in women. Men tend to have larger necks and weigh more than women. However, women tend to gain weight and develop larger necks after menopause, which increases their risk of developing sleep apnea. Age Sleep apnea is most common in adults ages 40 - 60 years old. Middle age is also when symptoms are worse. Nevertheless, sleep apnea can affect people of all ages. Race and Ethnicity African-Americans face a higher risk for sleep apnea than any other ethnic group in the United States. Other groups at increased risk include Pacific Islanders and Mexicans. Family History People with a family history of obstructive sleep apnea are at increased risk of developing the condition. Obesity Obesity, especially having fat around the abdomen (the so-called apple shape), is a particular risk factor for sleep apnea, even in adolescents and children. However, not all people who are obese have sleep apnea. Specific anatomical and physiological...
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