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Being unable to sleep properly is frustrating. Sleeplessness can also be worrying, especially when sleep problems gets in the way of you living your normal life.
Fact: If you don’t sleep well, you’re not alone. Research has shown that sleep problems affect about 1 in 10 people in the India.
While sleep problems often occur for no obvious reason, they may sometimes be caused by an underlying physical or mental health problem.
Don’t worry: Sleep problems are often short-lived and frequently get better by themselves after a week or so.
You can often improve your sleep by making some simple changes to your life, without the need for medical treatment.
Action: If your sleep problems persist and worry you – especially if they affect your life or if you have other symptoms – see your doctor for a check-up and to discuss what can be done about it.
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What are sleep problems?
Sleep problems mean different things to different people, from finding it hard to go to sleep to waking too frequently or too early
You may also start to worry when because of sleep problems you’re tired all the time and don’t feel rested.
Fact: Most people need on average between seven to nine hours sleep per night and fall asleep within 30 minutes