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  1. Dylan Hall

    I’ve always been a night owl but lately its harder and harder to get to sleep.
    This is interfering with my daily life and there seems to be nothing i can do about it.
    How frustrating

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  2. Jonathan Turner

    Insomnia, in which you have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep throughout the night.
    Sleep apnea, in which you experience abnormal patterns in breathing while you are asleep.
    Restless legs syndrome (RLS), a type of sleep movement disorder.Sleeping disorders is very problem.The most sleeping disorder is insmnia.
    Others are sleep apnea. sleeping sickness (disruption of sleep cycle due to infection), sleepwalking, and night terrors.

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  3. Hunter McNeil

    My name is Jane and I didn’t realize I had Insomnia. As a matter of fact I had no idea what it was. My partner told me that during the night I snored a lot. He also added that I tossed and turned some keeping him awake. On more than one occasion he mentioned he thought I stopped breathing. I contacted my doctor and had a sleep study where I found that I did in fact have a sleep disorder. My doctor recommended that I use a CPAP machine at night while sleeping to correct the problem. My first thought was wow I will choke myself with this tube and this is going to be very uncomfortable. It didn’t take me long to adjust. Now I wake up feeling more rested.

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  4. Matthew Baker

    I once had a sleep disorder that affected my ability to sleep through the night, or even get to sleep at all. One night, I had spent almost two hours falling asleep and no sooner than I had I woke up unable to move and it felt as if a heavy weight were on my chest.

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  5. Jonathan Philips

    I have had difficulty sleeping for years. I would stay up all night tossing and turning. I would wake up several times a night and just stare at the alarm clock worrying about having to wake up on time for work. I tried over the counter sleeping pills and meditation tapes but nothing worked.

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  6. Jaxon White

    I didn’t actually know I had sleep apnea until the day I went to the hospital. After that I received treatment and now use a nifty machine to help me breathe normal again, without it I wouldn’t be able to rest at all.

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  7. Zachary Hill

    I have always envied those that are able to go to bed every night at a decent hour. Since I was in middle school, I have dealt with insomnia, or what I like to call the true thief of the night. I don’t think I’ve ever had a normal, standard bedtime for over a week. Everytime I’m in bed, even if I’m physically tired, I am wide awake. I have tried just about everything there is to help, but unfortunately besides heavy medication, I am forced to lie awake from the night until early dawn. Only then when it’s about 6 AM to 12 PM can I finally fall asleep.

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  8. Levi Colling

    My name is Ronald. I am 27 years old male. I am unable to fall asleep and stay asleep. Sleep apnea -a breathing disorder in which stop breathing for 10
    seconds or more during sleep. At that time my mom was suffer. I went to many doctor to prevent this sleep disorders. Than I stop drinking, change diet, take regular exercise. If i feel better.

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  9. Lewis Fielding

    I have barely slept in the last three months. No matter how hard I try, or how much I exhaust myself, I cannot fall asleep at night. My doctor has prescribed me some pills to help, but they only make me want to vomit. I don’t know what to do. I go through my life like a zombie and I’m becoming suicidal. What will happen to me next?

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