Sleep deprivation, when chronic, can be debilitating. Insomnia has many causes that range from stress to a specific sleep disorder. Whatever it’s caused by, it can be difficult to manage, especially if it continues on a long-term basis. Many people will experience insomnia, but when the following symptoms last more than a few days, you may want to consult your healthcare provider for advice. Insomnia is unpleasant and can potentially affect your physical and mental health so it’s not a condition to ignore. If you experience the following symptoms routinely, it’s time to schedule a visit with your doctor.


1. Difficulty falling asleep during the night

This is the most common and maybe even the most hated symptom of insomnia. Imagine being tired after a long day and being eager to jump under the sheets, but when that happens - you just can't stop your mind from racing. Your brain simply won't shut down. If you continually have trouble falling asleep, you can try some natural remedies like drinking soothing chamomile tea before bed or reading until your eyes begin to droop.

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