Having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep can cause daytime tiredness, sleepiness and difficulty paying attention at work. Insomnia affects people of all ages. Possible causes of insomnia are: • Persistent stress • Relationship problems • Caffeine and other stimulants • Alcohol consumption • Shift work or keeping variable hours • Inactivity • Environmental factors like noise and daylight • Depression or anxiety • Medical problems like sleep apnea or Restless legs syndrome
To help you get a good night sleep: Try to keep a regular bedtime schedule, use your bedroom mainly for sleeping, exercise regularly – but not too close to bedtime, avoid caffeine at least six hours before going to bed, avoid large meals close to bedtime, and limit napping to an hour or less.
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Morning Fran, We had a new fire near us so a little smoky outside. I am heading out now, later than normal so leaving my note now. My timer did not go off and i got all interested on something on line. Still cool out so I should be ok. Have a Happy Wednesday. Spark on. 16 hours ago