Sleep disorder crowd
The most obvious manifestation of sleep disorders is insomnia. According to survey data, the proportion of insomniacs in China is 46.58%, and 15.02% in patients with suspected insomnia. Insomnia seriously affects human physical and mental health. China Sleep Research Association pointed out that 65% of the working population have sleep disorders, especially white-collar workers and special occupational groups, such as reporters, doctors and other high-level sleep disorders.
Drug-assisted sleep hazard
According to the survey, in China, 4.79% of people who sleep in the country after long-term use of sleeping pills can fall asleep. In 2014, the total number of sleep aids swallowed by Chinese people in a year was as high as 339 million, and this figure has continued to increase in recent years. rising. Small amounts of sleeping pills can improve sleep quality. Excessive amounts may cause poisoning, forgetfulness, and even death. And if the sleeping drugs are taken for a long time, the side effects of the drugs are extremely harmful to the human kidney, liver function, nervous system, and the like.
Bad effects of sleep disorders
According to the survey results, there are currently more than 80 diseases that are related to sleep disorders, of which depression and anxiety are the most prominent. The incidence of depression in patients with insomnia is 3 to 4 times higher than that of non-insomnia patients, and the vast majority of patients with depression are accompanied by insomnia. Sleep disorders also affect people's learning, memory, and emotions. Long-term sleep disorders are one of the important causes of chronic fatigue syndrome, hypertension, coronary heart disease, diabetes, and cerebrovascular disease.