Up in the Middle of the Night? How to Get Back to Sleep

Staring at the clock again? If you’re struggling with waking up in the middle of the night, these expert sleeping tips can help you get back to sleep with greater ease. Waking up in the middle of the night is normal. Most of us experience mini-awakenings without even noticing them—up to 20 times per hour. When it comes to observable wake-ups, most people have about two or three per night. But up to one in five Americans have difficulty getting back to sleep—a frustrating, sleep-robbing problem that experts call “sleep maintenance insomnia.” While we tend to stare at the clock,...

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