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To Beat Insomnia, Spend Less Time in Bed

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Can’t get to sleep? Well, then stay up, say researchers at Auckland University who have discovered a potential breakthrough treatment¬† for insomnia.
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According to scientists, the key to sleeplessness is to force bad sleepers to spend less time in bed. First, insomniacs are told to keep a detailed diary of the time they spend in bed asleep and awake. Then, they are asked to change their habits, reducing the time they spend in bed each night by the number of hours they would spend lying awake.

After a couple of weeks, many patients discovered that they were tired enough to start sleeping better. When the insomniacs in the study underwent the therapy, 80% to 90% said their insomnia had improved.

Sources: The Times Of India