How Insomnia Happens With Recovering Alcoholics
Article from Verywell Mind by Buddy T
"According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), 25% to 72% of people with alcohol use disorders report sleep troubles. The more prevalent, disruptive effects include more frequent awakenings, worse sleep quality, reduction of deep sleep, and earlier-than-usual waking times, leading people to feel they did not get enough sleep."
This article explains why people in alcohol recovery struggle with insomnia and gives different treatments for insomnia.