In order to improve sleep, a person must have basic knowledge about common sleep disturbances and how they can be treated. One of the main causes for over-tiredness in the . is untreated sleep disturbances. A couple of these disturbances include Insomnia, Nightmares, and sleep apnea. "'Insomnia includes difficulty in getting to sleep or staying asleep, and also not feeling rested after sleeping (Denis Coon and John O. Mitterer 2007 ) .'" Actions that can be taken to calm this disturbance are stimulus control (getting up and going to sleep at the same time), sleep restriction (restricting oneself to a normal amount of sleep), paradoxal intention (removing pressures of trying to fall asleep), relaxation techniques, exercise, and avoiding stimulants (Denis Coon and John O. Mitterer 2007 pp. 232-233) . Nightmares are "'bad dreams that take place during REM sleep.' "There are a few simple steps that can be taken in order to eliminate nightmares. First, write down and describe everything you remember about the nightmare in detail. Once written down, change the parts of your dream you wish to change, and be sure to re-write the new dream in detail. Finally, imagery rehearsal is used. Imagery rehearsal is when a person "'mentally rehearses the changed dream before you fall asleep again (Denis Coon and John O. Mitterer 2007 p. 233) . '" In sleep apnea, "'breathing stops for periods of 20 seconds to 2 minutes, causing a person to wake up to gulp in air.'" This disturbance can occur for one of two reasons. The first is that the brain may stop sending the signals that maintain breathing. The other cause is blockage of the upper air passages. Treatments to this disturbance include "'weight loss, surgery for breathing obstructions, and use of a CPAP mask to aid breathing during sleep (Denis Coon and John O. Mitterer 2007 Pg 234) .'" To treat any of these disturbances, the first step is to talk to a doctor and be treated for them. One of the main causes of sleep deprivation is untreated sleep disturbances.
If surpluses are used in charity, or in cooperatives for human purposes such as home-building for the less affluent, life necessarily becomes simpler and the ideal of voluntary poverty cannot be far behind. The Christian doctrine of property becomes a reality, namely the retaining of a sufficiency of goods for an adequate life and the sharing of the remainder with the needy. In point of fact, millions of Christians, working for wages, actually live out this teaching on property. How else do we explain the world-wide network of the works of mercy supported by the small gifts of the many, Though there are Catholic millionaires, the masses of Catholics are rather the victims than the beneficiaries of corporations as they roam about the world seeking profits.