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Everyone experiences trouble sleeping once in a while. While this may be
inconvenient, it’s often temporary. When occasional sleepless nights turn into a
regular occurrence of many nights in a row with interrupted sleep, you might
have a sleeping problem.
When you don’t get enough sleep for an extended period of time your tiredness
impacts every part of your life. Physically, you might notice a decrease in your
productivity and daily activities. Emotionally, you may experience relationship
problems or a change in your personality. Mentally, a chronic sleep problem can
create stress and anxiety.
There are three categories of sleep deprivation and insomnia. The first stage,
called „initial„ insomnia, is when you first realize you’re having difficulty achieving
a sleep state and occurs when it takes longer than a half an hour to fall asleep.
„Middle„ insomnia is when you have difficulty staying asleep. Once awakened,
you stay awake through the wee hours of the morning. The most sever level of
insomnia is „late„ or „terminal„ insomnia. This is when you wake up early in the
morning and stay awake after sleeping less than 6 hours.
There are a variety of reasons that you may be having trouble sleeping. If your
insomnia is due to a medical condition, your doctor will be able to provide you
with suggestions and appropriate medical attention. If it’s determined that your
sleep problem is due to a medical condition, the condition will be treated with the