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Coping with Insomnia During Your Addiction Recovery


“The night is the hardest time to be alive, and 4 am knows all my secrets.”- Poppy Z. Brite, American writer Your head hits the pillow, you slowly close your eyes, but your brain has so much zipping around in its prefrontal cortex, there’s no place in there for sleep.

If your brain doesn’t start to chill out soon, there’s no chance the rest of you will chill out enough to relax, and finally (thankfully) fall asleep.

Insomnia – the curse of many an addiction recovery, especially during the early days. If you haven’t been there yet, and encountered insomnia in all its glory – chances are, you will… at some point.

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