Okay, guys. I've had chronic insomnia for a year and a half (I've been to a physician and have a clean bill of health). I wake up too early every day (I can fall asleep no problem). No particular reason (I do not have sleep apnea, or an overactive bladder, or anything like that). It varies depending on factors which I do not understand. On a bad day, I wake up at 4:30. I never go back to sleep if I've woken up after midnight. I go to bed consistently at 11:00p.m. I used to go to bed earlier (8:30p.m..... yes, really), but my doc said to push it back a few hours. I never noticed a difference in my fatigue when changing my bedtime, or anything else I've done to try and help (drinking green tea, eating almonds, fruit, making smoothies, staying away from caffeine, salt, and refined sugar, yoga before bed, eating quinoa and other superfoods, getting regular exercise like biking. These things aren't fads, either: I've been doing all this for months). I have tried to find a pattern (I mark on a scale of 1-5 on my calendar how tired I am) but there doesn't seem to be one. Here's the kicker: I'm fourteen (female). I'm not asking you to diagnose me, because even the doctor has no clue what's wrong with me. What I want to know is, does anyone else have this? I hope if someone else has the same problem and Googles it, that they find this page and know they're not alone.