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6 reasons why you can’t fall asleep easily

By Reuters
19 February 2019   |   5:23 am
6 Reasons Why You Can't Fall Asleep Easily Most people drift off to sleep within 15-25 minutes. If you're struggling with insomnia, one of these health issues could be to blame. 1. GERD 2. Anxiety 3. Asthma 4. Social jetlag 5. Vitamin deficiency 6. Restless leg syndrome

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