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Anxiety, stress and depression are some of the most common causes of chronic insomnia.  Having difficulty sleeping can also make anxiety, stress and depression symptoms worse.  Emotional and psychological causes are also a reason for insomnia.  Worrying, when going to bed, is a good way to stay awake, or roll around for hours.

Although insomnia is the most common sleep complaint, it is not a single sleep disorder.  It's more accurate to think of insomnia as a symptom of another problem.  The problem causeing the insomnia differs from person to person.  

Drinking too much caffeine during the day can also be a reason for insomnia.  A traumatic experience can also cause insomnia.

The good news is that most cases of insomnia can be cured with changes you make on your own.  By addressing the underlaying causes for your insomnia, you can put a stop to the frustration of not being able to sleep at night.

A few tips to improve your sleep quality

  • Have a regular sleep schedule - go to bed at the same time every night even on weekends.
  • Put away your phone, and switch of your television at least an hour before you go to bed.
  • Make sure your bedroom is quiet, cool and your bed comfy and snuggly.
  • Do not drink coffee at night, and try not to worry about things you can't do a thing about at this stage
  • Try to avoid naps during times of insomnia
  • Do not drink too much water before bedtime, that might also keep you up
  • Have a light meal at night to avoid heartburn and an uneasy feeling
  • Meditation before bed, to relax, is also an exellent way to end the day