You are wide awake at 3 a.m., your mind racing with a rising sense of panic about the difficult day ahead if you don't fall back to sleep.
We wake up, and try as we might, we can’t fall back asleep. Some of us experience frequent nighttime awakenings due to sleep-maintenance insomnia, or another sleep or health disorder. Follow these tips to fall back asleep in no time.
How to Get Back to Sleep After Your Kids Wake You Up. It’s an unfortunate reality for parents: When your baby or child wakes up in the middle of the night, often, so do you. Instead, you can end up lying awake, worrying about getting back to sleep.
There's nothing more annoying than being awake in the middle of the night, feeling desperately tired, but not being able to fall back to sleep.
You wake up and look at the clock: it's 3 a.m. You tell yourself you've got to get back to sleep, but thoughts about yesterday's troubles, the.
WebMD suggests ways to fall asleep if you wake up in the middle of the night and can't get back to sleep.
SMI is defined as difficulty staying asleep or waking too early and struggling to get back to sleep, and it's one of the most frustrating sleep habits.
This infographic looks at the problems that cause disrupted sleep, from wriggling to worrying, and, more importantly, how to get back to sleep as quickly as you.