Dr. Deborah Gordon

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When was the last time you had trouble sleeping? Too much caffeine, emotional stress, loud neighbors, or the anticipation of leaving on a trip can all interfere with a good night’s rest. But if you frequently have trouble going to sleep or staying asleep, you can count yourself among the one-third of Americans who suffer from insomnia. In the US, insomnia is the third most common health complaint after headaches and colds. Either acute or chronic, insomnia involves problems with falling asleep, remaining asleep at night, waking early, or a combination of all three. Acute insomnia occurs only occasionally and is generally a response to emotional stress or excitement. [read more]