Insomnia: Restoring Restful Sleep

Nearly everyone has spent at least one night lying in bed wishing for sleep. But for many people, it’s a nightly struggle. A lucky few get relief from counting sheep, watching late-night movies, or sipping warm milk (or something stronger)—but most people with insomnia need more help. Fortunately, behavioral treatment can help many sufferers, and medication can assist those who need more help.

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