There are many factors that may cause trouble sleeping at night and even lead to chronic insomnia.  You’ve probably heard about the basic principles of good sleep hygiene, like not drinking too much caffeine during the day, not exercising late at night and not reading or watching TV in bed if you have trouble sleeping.  But good sleep hygiene alone may not solve your sleep problem, especially if there is an underlying issue that hasn’t yet been discovered.  If you aren’t sure what’s keeping you up at night, it’s a good idea to rule out some of these common sources for sleep problems. [  Read complete post By Stephanie Silberman At HuffingtonPost …   ]

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