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Identify reasons why an individual may find it hard to sleep
Sleep problems are very common and affect people in different ways. There is no ?right? amount of sleep as this varies between people and across the life-span. [ Sleep problems can occur for a number of reasons: as a result of age; medical reasons; emotional reasons; unhelpful surroundings; disrupted sleep routines. There are different sorts of sleep problem. It is also possible to think you
have a sleep problem when in fact you are still getting enough sleep but it is different from what you expect. ]
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