Not sleeping well can be a sign that you are stuck on a survival/stress windup loop, it can also lead to windup, fatigue and many unpleasant symptoms: physical, emotional, mental. In fact lots of symptoms and conditions can be worsened by poor sleep.
Improving Sleep should be high on your priority list.
Improving sleep will be easier for some than others. Sometimes medications or supplements can help, but these must be taken wisely and cautiously. Reported beneficial for improving sleep by many with fibromyalgia or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is low dose Amitriptyline.
Some Resources that may help you improve your sleep
Here are some strategies you can try:-
Use your senses to create a bedroom that will help you get a good nights sleep
(see these guides from the sleep foundation.
- See (look)
- Hear: (Is noise keeping you awake or disrupting your sleep?)
- Smell:What You Breathe Affects Sleep and how refreshed you feel when you wake.
- Taste: What you Eat Can Affect Sleep
Create an Allergen and Environmentally Friendlier Bedroom
If you have environmental allergies or environmental sensitivities, it will be difficult for you to get a good nights sleep until you do this.
From the room by room home allergen management guides at http://acaai.org/resources/tools/home-allergy-management
Practice good Sleep Habits
And Get to the bottom of other Causes - if you still cannot Sleep
And when wired but tired, and unable to sleep replace worry with Mindfulness
Taking regular mindfulness breaks through out the day can help you sleep better at night. When you cannot sleep it is better to practice mindfulness than to worry and stress. Mindfulness will provide you with some of the benefits of sleep.