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I can't sleep. How do I know if I need medication?

First, seventy million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, so you’re not alone. But before turning to pills for help, try making some simple changes to your routine and to your bedroom. First, embrace your natural rhythm by going to sleep and waking up at the same times every day, even on holidays and weekends. Otherwise, you’ll be constantly fighting against your body’s clock. In addition, transform your bedroom into the perfect sleeping palace: banish bright colors, noises, televisions, computers, and anything else that isn’t related to sleep or sex.

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