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Tell us: how do you cope with insomnia?

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Insomnia is a common sleep disorder that can make it difficult to fall asleep or even stay asleep. It skyrocketed during the pandemic – but for many of us, it existed long before that too.

If you experience insomnia, we want to hear what you do when you can’t sleep. Do you count sheep, read a book, play the piano or even go for a walk? How long have you had it, and how do you cope?

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