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Studies have estimated that around a third of the general population have difficulties getting to sleep or staying asleep (insomnia). So whilst it can feel like a lonely experience lying awake at night, there are many people who have a similar experience. Sleep difficulties are often short lasting and improve by themselves, but for some people they may require some extra help. We hope that the following tips will help to get your sleep back on track.

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