If you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, waking too early, or getting good quality sleep that leaves you feeling rested, you may have insomnia. During the day, insomnia causes you to be sleepy, tired, and have trouble functioning. When polled, 44% of respondents complained that they had sleep problems almost every night. Insomnia that comes at least three times a week for a month or longer, is considered chronic. There are two types of insomnia, Primary and Secondary. Primary insomnia is not connected to any other health problems, while secondary insomnia is related to many health problems, including chronic pain, medications, alcohol or caffeine.
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