10 Medical Reasons Why You Can’t Sleep

Bathroom breaks disrupt sleep. "Urinary incontinence affects women more often than males, but millions of men and women battle with bladder control issues at some point in their life.

Urinary incontinence doesn't have to keep you in adult diapers or keep you from sleeping well.

Numerous studies have proven magnesium's usefulness in increasing mood, reducing anxiety and tension, and promoting deeper, more restful sleep.

Magnesium deficiency

Modern culture's predilection for evening light (computer, tablet, TV, and phone screens) triggers a retinal cell layer that delays our circadian cycle.

Circadian rhythm delay

Some over-the-counter medications include caffeine and other stimulants, if the drug's benefits outweigh poor sleep.

Stimulant medications

Many COPD patients often have insomnia, sleep apnea, and depression, says Fredric Jaffe, DO, of Temple University's Lewis Katz School of Medicine. 


who can't sleep or have chronic sinus issues. "Sleeping nose-breathing is ideal. Nasal congestion causes difficulty breathing via the nose and snoring.

Nasal issues

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