If you find yourself staring at the ceiling in the middle of the night, getting out of bed, or watching the clock and counting down the hours until your alarm goes off, you’re not alone. Twenty-seven percent
of American adults report having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep most nights. While waking up during the night is normal, waking up too often or for long periods of time can disrupt your rest and leave you groggy the next day. Sometimes, nighttime awakenings are due to an underlying condition that needs medical attention such as sleep apnea, chronic pain, or restless leg syndrome. But for many people, there are simple actions to help reduce the number of times you wake during the night. Find some tips below!