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I do know about ‘sleep hygiene’ and have done my best to follow all the rules. There seems to be no rhyme or reason as to why I cannot get to sleep on so many nights yet on others I drop right off.
Once I’m asleep I rarely wake up unless arthritis pain gets very bad.
I see a sleep disorder doctor who prescribes a couple of meds that definitely help. . . . .none of them being Ambien, which I won’t take.
I have found that listening to an audiobook, a light, funny one, that I am familiar with, over and over frequently lulls me to sleep.
Wish I could get consist good sleep, though.
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