Every night, millions of people in the United States have difficulty falling asleep or falling asleep. While for some it is a temporary problem, for others insomnia can become a chronic problem that adversely affects daily life. An estimated 10% of American adults have insomnia, which occurs at least three times a week. According to the 2019 Sleep in America Survey by the National Sleep Foundation, only 46% of those who determined they had poor sleep thought they were very effective at getting things done during the day, compared with 89 % of those who consider their sleep patterns to be excellent.
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