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Beating Insomnia


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It should be a very simple thing to go to sleep. How complex should something be that is an innate ability? It shouldn’t take much effort at all. It’s an inborn ability, along with other certain bodily functions. When we’re newborns, we can eat, sleep and wet the bed. Our automatic functions continue throughout our lives.


It should be a very simple thing to go to sleep. How complex should something be that is an innate ability? It shouldn’t take much effort at all. It’s an inborn ability, along with other certain bodily functions. When we’re newborns, we can eat, sleep and wet the bed. Our automatic functions continue throughout our lives. So you should just be able to close your eyes, relax and you are off to dreamland. But this is not an option for many, many people. Sleep doesn’t come as easy as that.

There are approximately 60 million people who suffer from insomnia. These are statistics from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and considered accurate. When you break that down, that means insomnia affects approximately 40 percent of all women and 30 percent of all men. This condition seems to drive some people to the edge of madness, as they fight to get enough sleep. The effects can be devastating to those afflicted, and as F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote, “The worst thing in the world is to try to sleep and not to.” There are so many with the affliction that sleep clinics have sprung up all over the country in an effort to help.