This is a very vague, uncapitalised, question!
If the sink is dripping that implies a leak in it?
Or does the OP mean the water tap/faucet itself is dripping?
If it's the latter then repair the tap/faucet/mixer, whatever it is, in the
Parts are frequently available at hardware and building supply stores,
depending on model/type/age etc.
If tap is old or badly deteriorated replace it, usual methods.
Probably well less than $100; worth it for good night's sleep!
If not able to do that stick something under tap at an angle to divert the
Otherwise it may not only be the tap that has a drip!
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