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Many people have difficulties trying to sleep at night and this can be due to a wide range of factors. The reasons for having a bad night sleep or several bad nights’ sleep can be put down to anxious thoughts, pregnancy, nightmares, and the list can go on.Insomnia Causes Trouble Sleeping at Night

This is the most common type of sleeping problem that people have and is born from excessive stress in a person’s life. A person who suffers with insomnia does feel tired and often turn to coffee and/or energy drinks, which inevitably cause them not to sleep. This unhealthy series of events can cascade out of control leaving the person with sleep loss. For insomnia, you can try hypnosis and some light meditation but it is best to speak to your doctor who will offer you advice on how best to solve this problem.Sleep Apnea Causes Trouble Sleeping at Night

This means when a person’s breathing prevents them from sleeping soundly due to being short of breath or snoring to the point where it wakes them up throughout the night. A person who experiences sleep apnea usually is rather tired throughout each day as well. It can be alleviated by continuous positive airway pressure and in short is known as CPAP. It is a tool that assists in your breathing, it can be uncomfortable at the beginning but most people will get used to the feeling and after a while they welcome the long nights of undisturbed sleep.

Pregnancy Causes Trouble Sleeping at Night

Pregnancy comes with a whole array of night time problems from food cravings, hormone troubles to rushing to the bathroom and even sleepless nights and unfortunately there is no cure for helping the pregnant women to sleep more soundly. You can try allowing yourself to go to bed an hour or two earlier than usual and setting the alarm if you can an hour or two later so you can get the eight hours of sleep even if its over the course of ten, eleven hours. You can also try putting a glass of water and something to snack on next to your bed so if you get a case of the munchies you don’t have to get out of the bed and disturb your sleep too much. If you can, try to avoid drinking any liquid an hour or so before you go to bed so you don’t need to get up for bathroom breaks in the middle of the night.

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