A typical night for Christine Riley involves a lot of tossing and turning, a lot of staring at nothing and, much to her chagrin, very little sleeping.
"It feels like hours. ... I lay there and I lay there," the 44-year-old school teacher from Mansfield, Mass., told "Good Morning America."
Like 30 million other Americans, Riley suffers from insomnia. It's a problem that goes well beyond the bedroom.
"I'm in a meeting and I can't finish the thought because my brain is shut down," Riley...Full Story