Why Can't I Sleep?

There are many, many reasons why people can’t sleep. Every now and again we all have a bad nights sleep! Bad nights of sleep, especially if they are frequent, may reduce your ability to do things that you would normally do every day. They might also increase your risk of accidental injury doing the things you would normally do.

Do you think you suffer from a sleep disorder?

There are over 70 known sleep disorders which are generally classified into three categories: lack of sleep, disturbed sleep, and excessive sleep. If you’re not getting the sleep that you desperately need and deserve, there is hope. Here are some tips that you can start using now:

 

If you want more information, or believe you may have a sleep disorder, please call our office right away. AZ (480) 641-9117 CA (661) 631-8328

 

Author
Cheryl Brown

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