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What is causing loud music in my head while I sleep?

I’m a teenager, and I think this started when I was a freshman in high school. When I am trying to go to sleep, I will hear music in my head, is usually a song I hear from a radio that I don’t Particularly don’t even know that well. The only example I can come up with for what it sounds like is if you were to turn up a radio so loud that it’s no longer fun to listen to. It also won’t go away and it seems to keep me from actually falling asleep. What is causing this? How can I help this problem?
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Could be a form of an occupying thought.  Sometimes it can be just listening for the slightest little sounds in your bedroom, or maybe thinking about tomorrow's problems, or your worries, or just about anything.  But they all can disrupt sleep.  Best to try and turn off that music in your head ASAP, before it gets entrenched.  Sometimes you need to get up and out of bed to break the pattern.  You can also try deep breathing and progressive muscle relaxation to help you fall asleep.
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