Many people think that sleep apnea and insomnia are pretty much the same thing, however they are actually very different from each other and today we’re going to look at how this is.
Congratulations, you’re expecting! For most women, pregnancy is an exciting time in your life with many new changes to come. However, your hormone levels are all over the place right now and this can have a great effect on how well you sleep.
Of course you’ve heard over and over how important it is for your overall health. But let’s be honest, it can be a challenge to fit in a workout within our busy, on-the-go lives, not to mention that the thought of getting active makes you want to fall asleep right now.
No matter how many times you’ve heard over and over from your doctor, here it is again: failing to be active in your daily life can have negative consequences on your overall health. More specifically, this can lead to sleep disorders –like sleep apnea - and for most adults, can cause chronic insomnia.