Waking up several times through the night can be extremely frustrating, especially if it’s happening every night. The following articles, videos and tips provide some insight for staying asleep longer.

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Can’t Stay Asleep

While it’s normal to wake up during the night, waking up too often can really affect the quality of your sleep. When your sleep is interrupted throughout the night, you’re likely to feel fatigued and unproductive the next day.  Tossing and turning, staring at the clock, and wondering why you can’t stay asleep is a nightly series of events experienced by millions of people around the world. As night progresses, your body gradually moves from deep sleep to lighter sleep – causing most wakeups to happen in the early morning hours. Since sleep is affected by multiple events, variables and processes, it’s not easy to determine what works best for you when you can’t stay asleep. Cutting back on caffeine in the afternoon, alcohol, diet, sleep aids, an aching back, the herbal supplements you take, and looking at your bedroom environment can all contribute to trouble staying asleep.

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