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For the last couple of years I've been suffering from recurrent, relatively mild, but increasingly severe insomnia. I've only just turned 30, I'm essentially fit, have a good diet, exercise, do not abuse drugs, and I'm careful to avoid caffeine anytime beyond 2pm. What with all of that, and my basically stress free working life, I'm bemused and frustrated by the condition. What if anything can I do? Is it possible I'm ill with something the only symptom for which is insomnia?
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Thank you for your inquiry. Given the information you supply it is quite unlikely that there is a medical cause for your recent insomnia, although a careful history and in some circumstances physical examination by your doctor will be needed to be sure of this.
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