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- January 12, 2020 at 1:02 am #34956
Nosleep7891✘ Not a client
I have always had trouble with sleep, initially getting to sleep when I had even the smallest worry on my mind. I would sometimes lie there and not sleep until 5am. My latest sleep problem however has been broken sleep. I can fall asleep quite easily but then I will wake every hour or two through the night, sometimes falling back to sleep okay but then often not. I have read all the things I should be doing to get a better nights sleep, and practice them all but with no positive results. Does anybody have any advice for my sleep patterns? It’s starting to affect my personal life quite significantly due to being so tired all of the time from so little sleep, so any advice will be welcome!January 12, 2020 at 1:09 am #34957
Glynis✘ Not a client
All I can say is try Martin’s free sleep training. I completed it about a month ago and have been sleeping much better.January 22, 2020 at 8:06 pm #35128
Martin Reed★ Admin
Welcome to the forum. You mentioned that you have read all the things you should be doing to get a better night’s sleep and you are practicing them all — may I ask what these things are?
When you wake during the night, why do you think you find it hard to fall asleep? Implementing an appropriate sleep window and getting out of bed when struggling with sleep are often good starting points when dealing with fragmented sleep.
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