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Sleep restriction for insomnia

People with insomnia often tend to spend more time in bed, hoping this will lead to sleep. In reality, spending less time in bed a technique known as sleep restriction promotes more restful sleep and helps make the bedroom a welcome sight instead of a torture chamber. As you learn to fall asleep quickly and sleep soundly, the time in bed is slowly extended until you obtain a full night's sleep. …

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