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Insomnia Causes

The dangers of insomnia when pregnant

Perhaps it's unsurprising that insomnia and pregnancy are closely linked, what with the hormonal and other physical and mental changes associated with pregnancy. Regardless of how common insomnia in pregnant women may be, it should never be ignored. It's thought that insomnia during pregnancy puts women at a higher risk [...]

The prevalence (and causes) of insomnia in children

A study by the National Sleep Foundation has estimated that nearly half of teenagers in the United States aren't getting enough sleep (in three-quarters of those cases, insomnia was to blame for that lack of sleep) and nearly a third of teenagers are only getting a borderline acceptable amount of [...]

Does social anxiety lead to insomnia?

We already know there's a link between sleep disturbance and anxiety - and, since one of the most prevalent forms of anxiety is social anxiety, it makes sense that these individuals may have the highest rates of insomnia.I recently came across a study that looked to investigate this relationship. Researchers measured [...]

The vicious cycle of insomnia

Many individuals on my free sleep training course for insomnia find sleep difficult because they worry excessively about their sleep. The more they worry about sleep, the more difficult sleep becomes. What may start out as just a few nights of sleeplessness can turn into long-term, chronic insomnia. Before they [...]

Stress may not be the direct cause of your insomnia after all

It's no surprise that stressful events often lead to short-term insomnia. The real problem arises when short-term sleeplessness develops into long-term, chronic insomnia. It's thought that as many as 20% of adults suffer from short-term insomnia - and it's more prevalent in women than men. A recent study by the [...]

Improve your sleep by returning that fancy Kindle!

Or at least, avoid using it late at night! As I've been saying for years now, using electronics at night is a bad idea. Not only can electronic gadgets be stimulating, but the light they emit can damage sleep. Unfortunately, this advice is continuously ignored, even as more studies come [...]