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Health Tip: Managing Insomnia

-- A good night's sleep is important for physical and mental health.

Long-lasting sleep problems can increase your risk of anxiety or depression, the U.S. National Institutes of Health says.

The NIH suggests these ways to manage insomnia:

  • Talk to your doctor.
  • Seek cognitive behavioral therapy or relaxation therapy.
  • Set good bedtime habits.
  • Consider sleep medicine.

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Posted: March 2019

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