How to Get More Sleep

We‘ve Got a Problem

23-10-2023 • 8 minutos

It’s 3am. You’re tossing and turning, trying to fall back asleep. You look at the clock again, it’s only been 10 minutes since the last time you checked, but you know you’ve gotta get up at 6, so you need to get to sleep NOW. What do you do? 25% of Americans experience insomnia every year, though it’s often due to something temporary like being sick or stressing over money, your job, or your family. Chances are good you’ve had times in your life when you’ve had trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or falling back to sleep after you’ve woken up. If it happens three times a week or more for three months or longer, you’ve got chronic insomnia. Temporary or chronic, though, there are several steps you can take to help yourself reliably get a better night’s sleep. New York Times Article: Further Reading: How to Sleep Why We Sleep Sources: Links above may contain affiliate links which pay me a small commission at no cost to you. Listen & subscribe to We've Got a Problem wherever you get your podcasts— I'm hungry for feedback! Let me know what you'd like to hear more about by connecting with me on Instagram at, by leaving a review on iTunes, or by leaving a comment below! Information contained in this video is current as of the date of posting and may no longer be correct at the time it's viewed. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases and other links above may also be affiliate links which pay me a commission at no cost to you.