Sedative Meds

Nervous system

The nervous system is an integral morphological and functional set of various interrelated, nerve structures that, together with the endocrine system, provides interrelated regulation of the activity of all body systems and reaction to changes in the conditions of the internal and external environment. The nervous system acts as an integrative system, linking sensitivity, motor activity and other regulatory systems (endocrine and immune) in one whole.

Rules of sleep hygiene

Regardless of what was the initial complaint of insomnia, its main reason is always associated with violation of the rules of sleep hygiene, which means proper preparation for sleep. Indeed, many people who suffer from insomnia, in fact, for many years accumulate…
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Episodic insomnia

Episodic insomnia lasts no more than one week. -As a rule, it is the result of emotional stress that occurs in ordinary life or as a result of extreme catastrophic. situations. These can be domestic problems that are associated with negative emotions. Conflicts in…
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“Insomnia is when you cannot even sleep in the service,” and not only, but even at home at night, lying in a cozy bed. Insomnia (insomnia) is characterized by a lack of sleep, in which there is no complete compensation of…
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Healthy sleep

It has long been known that sleep is an active process. We fall asleep because brain areas such as the hypothalamus, thalamus, and frontal lobes increase their function. In this state, the activity of the sleep center located in the brain stem…
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Study of sleep peptides

Thus, as a result of the study, “Sleep peptides” out of chaos against a subject of controversy and disparate data begin to emerge the contours of complex, multi-tier system of biochemical regulation of sleep. Action DSIP analogues of the peptide on sleep…
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