Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about how to overcome insomnia
Attention getting device: What is insomnia? Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder of all people. The ones who having are plagued from unwelcoming awakenings at night and can experience drowsiness during the daytime by only sleeping at least 3-4 hours a night and may not feel refreshed as soon as they wake up. It is one of the most common types of sleep disturbance affecting only one in three people. How many of you guys have ever suffered from a time when you had to suffer from insomnia? I know I experienced it many times, even when I am trying to prepare for a test then starting to sleep at a least 5 hours before class starts or thinking about what should I do to improve my life a little bit more. Many people who are suffering from insomnia can that are either, acute, chronic, secondary, or primary that will force them to have many causes, depending on the individual. People who has acute insomnia, which is short-term, can only last for about a day or week. The causes for this type are having a lot of stress with work, pressures as well as a traumatic event that occurred as well as for chronic, which is considered to be ongoing, can leads to the side effect of a symptom or any other problems. For secondary insomnia, it has caused certain medical conditions, medicines and substances while primary cause long lasting stress and remains emotionally upset. When I discovered it, it made me thinking about what habits do I have that helps me stay awake and what do I have to do to get rid of them. Here’s how.
I. Main point #1: On how to overcome insomnia, take a look at your daily habits which disrupt your sleep. Some of them can become worse.
A. If you use sleeping pills, they will disrupt you over the long term. It could take a few days to them to help your body change, even though they are not good for your health, but after that you will be able to sleep better.
B. On reducing your intake, Insomniacs also have a tendency to use caffeine as a stimulant to keep from sleeping after having soda, coffee, or any other sugar-related drinks mostly during the