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Everyone suffers an occasional restless night. So how can you tell if lack of sleep is not merely an annoyance but a real problem? To help find out, answers the following questions yes or no.
  • Is disturbed sleep affecting your mood or job performance?
  • Do you fall asleep easily at inappropriate moments during the day or while sitting at your desk, the dinner table or a movie?
  • Do you suffer from daytime sleepiness, lack of energy, tiredness and fatigue?
  • Do you routinely find it difficult to fall asleep at night?
  • Do you snore, or are you restless during sleep?
Interpreting your answers
If the answers is yes to any of these question, you’ll want to try the tips described in this chapter. But if your wakefulness is caused by arthritis pain, shortness of breath, heartburn, leg cramps, angina or other physical symptoms, see you doctor abut these condition. Also, if your bed partner tells you that you are snoring deeply and having irregular breathing patterns during the night, you may have sleep apnea, which can cause daytime drowsiness, decreased deep sleep and even serious cardiac problems. See you doctor.


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