A 18-year-old female asked:
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for the past 2 night, i havent been sleeping right, until like 2. idk what the cause is, i get scared because i cant sleep. causes?what to do?

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Dr. Deborah Reynolds
Specializes in Psychiatry
Don’t worry: Lots of factors can contribute to difficulty sleeping, such as Caffeine/Alcohol/meds, stress, depression, physical problems or pain. Functioning and alertness during the daytime are the best indicator of how u r sleeping, so if u feel ok during the day you r sleeping enough. Just make sure to practice good “Sleep Hygiene,” see image or search about it online.
Answered on Oct 22, 2018
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