Our expert says:
Sounds like the problem is more one of sleep timing than of sleep itself ? Getting out of phase between your sleep rhythms and your daily schedule, rather as shift workers can. Various things can cause this, and of course this would influence the choice of how best to manage it. See a psychiatrist if possible, or at least a good GP, for assessment of causes, and discussion of treatment options. It would probably best be handled without sleeping pills.
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