The first thing you should pay attention to is how often the interruption of a night's sleep occurs. The second important issue is whether it is possible to quickly fall asleep after this. If not, it is a sign of insomnia. Waking up at night can be influenced by the synthesis of melatonin, the sleep hormone; its maximum concentration increases by three in the morning, but in a healthy body this does not lead to waking up.
Melnikov also notes that you should pay attention to the reason for awakenings, as well as whether you feel rested in the morning. If not, this is a reason to do sleep research. Sleep problems can have many causes. You can identify them at a somnologist appointment, the specialist explains.
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