Common causes of sleep problems are stress, uncomfortable lighting, an uncomfortable bed, high or low temperature in the room, and noise outside the window.
Additionally, drinking alcohol, caffeine, or nicotine can cause insomnia.
Insomnia negatively affects the brain, and thus causes an imbalance in the physiological structure of the body, so a person resorts to pills to avoid stress and sleep deeply, without paying attention to the dangerous effects of that.
A new study suggests treating insomnia by changing habits and daily routines without the need for pills.
A group of doctors explained that "the quality of sleep is more important than the number of hours of sleep."
The study indicates that daily physical activity and adherence to a regular schedule for sleeping and waking up will help solve the problem of lack of sleep, according to Sputnik.
Doctors recommend abstaining from eating at least one to two hours before bed, and in their opinion, food before bedtime can be replaced by drinking warm milk or chamomile tea, which makes sleep easier.