Did you know that over 50% of Americans report they suffer from insomnia at least once a month or more? Insomnia is the most common sleep complaint of all. Unfortunately, it also is the most difficult sleep disorder to cure.
Different types of insomnia, however, have different causes.
- If you find it difficult to “turn off your mind” at a given hour (so you will feel rested the following day) you may be suffering from anxiety or a circadian rhythm disorder.
- If you fall asleep easily, but then awaken “off and on” for the remainder of the night, you may have episodes of sleep apnea or periodic leg movements in sleep.
- You also may have some bad sleep habits, that can be improved by obeying a simple sleep hygiene tip.
If difficulty getting a good night’s sleep is making you tired during the day, visit the links above to locate some Better Sleep Tips.
For more information on insomnia, its causes, and remedies, visit the pages on this website, and also visit the home page of the National Sleep Foundation If you follow these tips, you ought to be sleeping better soon!