insomnia

The complicated relationship between insomnia, depression and anxiety

Do you find yourself having trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or not feeling rested when you wake up? Let us dig into some of the reasons why you may not be getting your best night’s sleep. You might be surprised to learn that your sleep is intimately connected to your mental health — especially to …

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Developing healthy sleeping habits may start with shutting off your screen

After a long day, we may find ourselves watching a TV program or scrolling through our smart phones. However, with so many Americans suffering from sleep deprivation, a better night sleep might require a new bedtime routine. If you need more convincing to turn off the computer and stop checking emails before bed, consider the …

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Can’t Sleep? Try These Techniques and Remedies for Treating Insomnia

The common symptoms of insomnia include difficulty falling or staying asleep, unpredictable sleep (good days and bad days), fatigue during the day, forgetfulness, concentration problems, irritability, depression/anxiousness, less motivation/energy, an increase in errors/accidents, and an ongoing worry about getting enough sleep. 2 Insomnia can affect your personal relationships, your job and daily functioning. 2 Insomnia …

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Counting sheep to get to sleep? Common myths about insomnia

One sheep, two, three…if you find yourself counting sheep to fall asleep, we have good news, there are other ways to help you get a better night’s rest. The condition known as insomnia results in difficulty falling asleep, remaining asleep, poor quality of sleep, or other scenarios related to sleep. Although there are sleep tests …

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