Get some shut-eye.
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Trying to get to sleep can be a nightmarish affair for people who experience insomnia—trouble falling or staying asleep. The National Institutes of Health estimates that 1 in 3 adults suffers occasional bouts of insomnia, while for 1 in 10, it's a chronic problem. But prescription sleep aids may not always be the answer. Here are some things to try first: