Every day we are fixated on the tasks we need to tick off of our daily checklist. Laundry, groceries, deadlines, appointments, children’s events – you name it. It all adds up. We are continually being bombarded with things that can cause sleep disorders. Whether it is stress, new engaging technologies, changes in work shifts, jet lag, friends visiting town, traumatic events, an injury, or genetics, your sleep will be affected. A staggering 50-70 million US adults have a sleep disorder, according to the American Sleep Association.