• How to Stop Insomnia

    19 days ago - By Dr Frank Lipman

    David Mann started struggling with sleep in 2000. He had moved into an apartment near the front door of the building, and he attributed his frequent awakenings to hearing people coming and going at all hours. When he later moved into a house and the problems continued, he blamed his bedroom's lack of darkening curtains. Then it was the nighttime disturbances of a new baby.
    “One thing replaced the last thing as the explanation, and it kept going on and on,” he recalls.
    Now, 20 years later, he still struggles to get an uninterrupted seven or eight hours of sleep most nights, despite taking a...
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