To combat insomnia, HowStuffWorks recommends several different tricks, such as getting out of bed and going into another room of the house to engage in a mundane activity for 15 to 20 minutes. It can also help to have a ... More »

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A night of sleep has a typical structure that includes rapid eye movement and non-rapid eye movement. Falling asleep is a gradual progression of stages. Body and brain activity change in each of the four stages. More »

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When people discuss parts of the body falling asleep, they are generally referring to tingling or numbness in those body parts. That tingling or numbness can be caused by a number of things, but is most commonly caused b... More »

Some tricks to help someone fall asleep are turning off all lights, sticking to a regular sleep schedule, practicing relaxation techniques, and avoiding caffeine and alcohol before sleep, according to Helpguide.org. In o... More »

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Effective memory tricks include making a memory notebook that contains a calendar, important phone numbers, medical information and any other information an individual needs to remember; saying important things to rememb... More »

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Doctors may need a teenager to take depression-related tests if he is exhibiting symptoms of depression, such as constant fatigue, insomnia, unexplained weight loss and suicidal thoughts, explains the Mayo Clinic. Doctor... More »

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In addition to emotional pain, guilt can cause physical pain in the form of headaches, insomnia and nausea according to Psychology Today.. Guilt is a powerful emotion that reminds people of the consequences of negative a... More »