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I am experiencing trouble sleeping (unaffected by: alcohol use, psychological stress, varying sleep schedule) (associated with: difficulty in staying asleep, unrefreshing sleep) (not associated with: difficult in waking up, difficulty falling asleep) and

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Dr. Bernard Seif answered

Specializes in Clinical Psychology

Please see your doctor and also reflect on your lifestyle. Avoid using screens of any kind at least an hour prior to going to bed, avoid stimulants from noon on. How is your exercise level? Do you eat a lot of junk food? How do you manage stress? All of the above can play a part but there are lots of reasons to be hopeful. Peace and good health.

Answered Jan 7, 2020

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Dr. Judith Tellerman answered

Specializes in Clinical Psychology

Getting a good night's sleep is very important for physical and mental health. Insomnia might be due to several different reasons. First have a complete physical exam by a Dr. to rule out an underlying biological problem. If no problem consult with a Clinical Psychologist for psychotherapy help & in addition you may need a Psychiatrist for medication. You may need a referral to a sleep study.

Answered Jun 30, 2020

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