Fibromyalgia, Osteoarthritis, scoliosis, back problems, hypothyroidism.
Cali, have you tried hitting yourself over the head with a rubber hammer?
Seriously, Miriam (Mt Lady) is right. You do need to put yourself on a sleep schedule. Go to bed around the same time most every night and get up around the same time in the morning. I never lay in my bed until I'm ready to go to sleep. My body responds to that. I don't take naps in bed. I will sometimes have a power nap...around 10-15 minutes....but never in bed.
My husband always had to have the TV on when he went to bed so now I do too. I have my TV on but yet I fall right asleep in about 10 minutes. I do wake up several times during the night, mainly to use the bathroom. The first time I get up, I turn the TV off for the night. Sometimes, when I know I'm going to fall asleep soon, I'll turn it off then.
Don't have caffeine after like 4 PM, either...and that means chocolate, too. That can keep you awake. So can eating a large meal close to bedtime.
I have found these things have helped me get some sleep. It's not a "sleep through the night" type of sleep, but I am getting enough rest to be alert most of the day. I have never taken a sleeping pill...even in the hospital. I hope this helps you.