By: Hayleigh Battles
What Is a Sleeping Disorder?
Signs and Symptoms
Onset, How Does this Condition Arise?
Treatment for a Sleeping Disorder
Some ways to help this problem on your own are to unplug or turn off any electronics around you to relieve the urge to use that device. Also make your bedroom a pet free zone. Take a warm shower or bath before falling asleep, this makes your body warm but when you get out the sudden change in body temperature causes you to become sleepy. A sleeping pill that doctors most commonly suggest is Melatonin.
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