What causes insomnia?
There are many things that can cause sleep problems. Insomnia may be caused by:
Stress. Stress can be caused by fear about a single event, such as giving a speech. Or you may have ongoing stress, such as worry about work or school.
Depression, anxiety, and other mental or emotional conditions.
Poor sleep habits, such as watching TV in bed or not having a regular bedtime schedule. If you have trouble sleeping, you may worry about being able to fall asleep. This can make the problem worse.
Changes in your sleep habits or surroundings. This includes changes that happen where you sleep, such as noise, light, or sleeping in a different bed. It also includes changes in your sleep pattern, such as having jet lag or working a late shift.
Other health problems, such as pain, breathing problems, and restless legs syndrome.
Stimulants, such as tobacco and caffeine, as well as certain medicines, alcohol, and drugs.
Lack of regular exercise.
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What are the symptoms?
The symptoms of insomnia are different for each person. People with insomnia may:
Have trouble falling asleep. This can mean lying in bed for up to an hour or more, tossing and turning, waiting to fall asleep.
Wake up during the night and have trouble going back to sleep.
Wake up too early in the morning.
Feel tired when they wake up, like they didn't get enough sleep.
Feel grouchy, sleepy, or anxious, and be unable to get things done during the daytime.
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