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Chronic Insomnia linked to psychological problems in adolescents

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  1. I’ve suffered from insomnia for quite some time. Going to bed is definitely something not tolook forward to nowadays. I found out on the Dietary supplement information bureau site for insomnia ( http://www.supplementinfo.org/insomnia ) that there’s this herb called Valerian that supposedly works very well for those who suffer from insomnia. I’m going to have to try it out.. I read in another study that melatonin supplements can actually decrease the body’s ability to produce it.

  2. I wonder if the teens are the ones that seek medical help or if concern parents are the ones that make the difference.

  3. I am 21 currently and have been suffering from chronic insomnia for as long as I can remember. I have tried multiple sleep medications and have had no decent results from any. they may help you fall asleep but if your insomnia is bad they won’t keep you asleep. I have tried just about everything that I can think of and none work.

  4. I believe sleeping disorders ruin our biological’s clock ability to keep us calm and stress-free. Therefore we might become depressed because insomnia.
    Whenever I sleep more than 8 hours I feel terribly depressed, but that may be because I feel bad for wasting time.


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