Our expert says:
This sounds like a condition called "psychophysiological insomnia" (sometimes called "primary insomnia")
The best management is using behavioural techniques - as a rule medication is not as good. Its really all about getting your sleep habits right.
You are not easily going to be able to do this on your own. A sleep doctor should be able to help you sort out the problem - surprisingly, with the correct approach it often will take only a few weeks to completely sort it out!
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