A 30-year-old female asked:
Is it normal common to have sleep affected from moving to a new house? different bed etc...? can it take a few days to go back to normal healthy hrs?
1 doctor answer • 10 doctors weighed in
Clinical Psychology 41 years experience
Yes, sleep can be: disturbed temporarily in a new home w/an new bed. You sound a bit anxious and your history suggests this also. If the sleep issue continues please see your doc or a mental health professional. There are lots of good ways to treat insomnia and anxiety. Don't use medication alone.
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