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40% of Respondents Have Sleep Deficiency

Sleep Deficiency
Sleep Deficiency
Sleep Deficiency: . Approximately 50% of insomnia cases are related to depression, anxiety or psychological stress.

Sleep Deficiency is closely connected to mental and emotional health and has demonstrated links to depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other conditions.

Sleep Deficiency: Mental health conditions can disrupt sleep, and lack of sleep can affect mental health. In the rat race of survival where stress rules the roost, sleeplessness turns out to be one of the common conditions. 

The survey conducted by Make Me Pure reveals that 40% of respondents had sleep deficiency. There are many stressors we face in modern life, which can trigger a fight-or-flight response and prolonged exposure to this stress without relaxation results in shorter sleep duration and poorer quality sleep.  

Moreover, in India, 93% of the population is sleep-deprived, but only 2% of Indians discuss their sleep problems. Around 75% of depressed people show symptoms of insomnia and many people with depression also suffer from excessive daytime sleepiness and hypersomnia, which is sleeping too much. Approximately 50% of insomnia cases are related to depression, anxiety or psychological stress.

Many people experience problems sleeping including not getting enough sleep, not feeling rested and not sleeping well. This problem can lead to difficulties functioning during the daytime and have unpleasant effects on your work, social and family life.
Problems sleeping can be secondary to a medical illness such as sleep apnea, or a mental health condition like depression. Sleep issues can be a sign of an impending condition such as bipolar disorder. 

Sleep is vital for our physical and mental health. Various stresses, hectic schedules and erratic lifestyles have been bringing sleep disorders. While a proper sound sleep is essential for healthy living, ensuring a healthy body and mind.” 

Commenting on the same Mr. Gurpreet Singh Arora, Founding Member- Make Me Pure

ABOUT MAKE ME PURE: Sleep Deficiency

Make Me Pure takes customers on a journey to explore their inner strengths and weaknesses which help them in their mental upliftment and heal them in every manner by qualified and professional counselors and healers who aim to understand them. The team at Make Me Pure has trained Hypnotherapists, Hypno-Counsellors, DMIT Counsellors, NLP Practitioners, Past Life Regression Experts, Reiki Grand Masters etc.

They are professionally trained and experienced to assist individuals to lead a healthy, happy, and normal life. They also offer training and workshops to teach you how to practice and carry on these therapies by yourself.

This article is shared with Prittle Prattle News in the form of a Press Release.

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