This a problem that has plagued me for a few years now. I don't if it's because of stress, anxiety, bad sleeping habits, or some mixture of the three, but for whatever reason I cannot for the life of me stay on a consistent sleep schedule. Just when I think I'm on the right track, I'm suddenly veered off of it with absolutely no idea why. One of the major issues I face is getting to sleep at the right time. More often than not I put off going to bed as long as I physically can, even when I'm incredibly tired from, say, pulling an all nighter the night before. And, to makes matter worse, once I've finally forced myself to go to bed, I frequently struggle to fall asleep. I'll toss and turn for what feels like forever before I either give up or drift off to sleep, only to wake up a few hours later and start to process all over again. Oh, but that's not the end of it, on the nights that I don't have any of the problems listed above I have a tendency to oversleep by a wide margin, which just completely screws me over and often leaves me with an excruciating headache. Honestly, my circadian rhythms are so far off balance I am genuinely worried that I'll never be able to fix them. I've talked to my doctor, I've talked to a counselor, I've done research online and tried every possible solution I could fine, but nothing's worked. The problem is, like I mentioned, I don't know what the cause is, I only know the symptoms (i.e. insomnia).