If you’re tossing and turning, unable to fall asleep at night, and then hitting the snooze button again and again the next morning you’re not alone. Insomnia and difficulty sleeping is a common problem that most people experience at one (or more) time in their life. According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine 30-35 percent of adults in the U.S. are afflicted with insomnia.

Although everyone is susceptible, it is more likely to affect older adults – especially women – as well as anyone experiencing stress or suffering from certain health problems. Everyone knows the clichéd way to overcome insomnia: counting sheep. However, there are many more effective insomnia treatments, both medical and natural, but first you need to learn about insomnia symptoms and insomnia causes to understand how you can start getting the sleep you need.

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