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    Trouble Falling Asleep

    By Fain Sheridan - It is very unpleasant when you badly want to sleep but have insurmountable trouble falling asleep. Actually the main issue is attitude. As a matter of fact,negative thoughts and feeling deprive you of sound sleep. The best way to cope with insomnia is to write down in a diary all the thoughts you have. Concentrate on your breathing: inhaling and exhaling. Find the most comfortable position in bed.

    Sleep Pattern Disturbance

    By Amalia Pratt - Sleep is essential for a person to be healthy both mentally and physically. It is very unpleasant and very exhausting to have problems with sleep. Luckily, most of these problems are easy to solve.

    Anxiety Insomnia Treatment Options

    By Neva Meyers - Anxiety insomnia has become a very frequent diagnosis recently. Too many people can't sleep because they are worried about their lives. However this is a condition that can be helped either with certain lifestyle changes, if it is a mild form; or with therapies and medications, in case insomnia due to anxiety has taken a more severe form.

    Tips to Eliminate Insomnia

    By Claire Billes - Insomnia is one of the most widespread health problems. Short-term or chronic, insomnia always causes a whole set of problems as it involves into our daily activities. No one can perform effectively if he/she has drained and out of energy yet in morning. Insomnia causes constant headaches, irritation, anxiety or depression, so it should be treated.

    Insomnia and Its Types

    By Claire Billes - Insomnia is a real problem for many adults. It’s clear that everyone wants to go to bed and have an angel sleep all night long, then wake up in the morning and be full of strength and energy. As we all have daily activities we have to perform including work, we need to recover our energy by having an untroubled sleep.

    Home remedies for insomnia

    By Andrew Mayer - A person who is suffering from insomnia experiences inability to sleep or waking up in the middle of the night to stay awake. If this condition persists for more than one month, it can be said that he suffers from chronic insomnia. In most cases, insomnia is caused due to the day-to-day worries and tensions or maybe because of more caffeine consumption. Such conditions are not serious but can cause loss of concentration and bad temper. But in the case chronic insomnia, it can disturb the normal flow of life that causes confusion, memory problems, mental tiredness, dizziness, emotional instability and headaches. It can be a sign of serious disorders including asthma, stress, arthritis, kidney, heart problems etc.