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IQWiG: sleep problems caused by smoke and music? The Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG) points out on the Gesundheitsinformationen.de portal that lifestyle habits can disrupt sleep.
The Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG, Germany) points out on the portal gesundheitsinformationen.de that lifestyle habits can disturb sleep. This explanation is based on new figures on the high proportion of sleep disorders in Germany. According to this, almost 20 percent of the population is now affected by sleep disorders. This means that those affected have disturbed sleep more than three times a week over a period of one month.
The measures recommended by IQWiG are as simple as they are logical and could be in the area of Naturopathy to have arisen. Simply physically work out during the day and do not consume any stimulating substances such as cigarettes, black tea or coffee before bed rest. Create a quiet room before going to bed - that means darkening the room, calming down inside and out and ending the day without listening to lukewarm music. Furthermore, it is good to get the organism into a rhythm by always going to sleep at the same time. (Thorsten Fischer, naturopath osteopath, 04.04.2010)
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