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7 Sep 21
I cannot sleep at night and I do not know the reason for this. could it be due to excess weight?
People who are obese are more likely to report insomnia or trouble sleeping7 than those who are not obese. There is also evidence to suggest that obesity is associated with increased daytime sleepiness and fatigue8, even in people who sleep through the night undisturbed.
9 Sep 21
thank you for this topic!
10 Sep 21
I think yes. There are many causes of insomnia, and overweight may be one of them. I believe that it is possible to get rid of insomnia without the use of special medications. you should drink mint or chamomile tea before bed and listen to relaxing music. a memory foam pillow argos can also help you sleep better. it is comfortable and pleasant. don’t worry, you can get this memory foam pillow argos https://wypur.ie/p/contour-orthopedic-memory-foam-pillow-for-neck-pain/ at a good price on this website. I wish you a healthy sleep and a healthy weight.
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