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Your Guide To A Good Night’s Sleep

Insomnia has developed into a widespread issue across the United States. There’s a good chance the person reading this article has either dealt with insomnia themselves, or knows of someone bothered by the sleep disorder.

Statistically speaking, insomnia reportedly develops in one out of every four Americans. 30-35% of adults are said to have some form of insomnia (whether brief or chronic). Insomnia should not be taken lightly in any circumstance.

Many medical reports indicate that chronic insomnia can lead to a number of health issues — including memory issues, fatigue, daytime sleepiness, and a difficult time concentrating.

Fortunately, there are several methods used in order to combat insomnia. The following will aid in one’s quest for optimal sleep.

Sleep Aids

Some sleep aids can be acquired without much in the way of difficulty. In fact, many of them are over-the-counter options — and thus are without any sort of prescription requirement.