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Every single morning, you are lying in your bed frustrated and staring at the ceiling, thinking if you will ever fall asleep… You are just hoping, like in all the mornings before, that you will just be able to catch at least a few hours before the time comes to get up and go to work. The thought of grabbing one hour of shuteye gives you a piece of tranquility and makes you sleepy, and you finally fall asleep. But, only moments later (at least that’s how it feels to you), your alarm goes on and you get out of the bed, all frustrated, and with eye bags and bloody eyes, you start getting ready for another day of work with only an hour of sleep behind you.
You probably knew that you are not alone with this problem. But did you know that Insomnia is unbelievably common in the States? Around 40% of adults in America suffer from insomnia every year, and this has become a real problem of the nation. So, for all you insomniacs out there, and this includes those who occasionally can’t fall or stay asleep, we come to the rescue! We have made a list of some short-term, as well as long- term solutions that will help you in falling asleep easier and get those few hours of rest you need so much. The chances are great that you are reading this at 4 a.m. because your brain just won’t go to “standby” and you are desperately looking for a way to get rid of this problem. We can tell you that you are at the right place, and that we have tips that you can try right after you have finished the text. So, let’s begin with the mission of closing your eyes, and keeping them that way for at least a few hours.