Insomnia is a common sleep disorder in which a person cannot fall asleep, cannot stay asleep, and/or wakes up too early and cannot get back to sleep.

Most adults need seven to eight hours a night, and anything less can lead us to feel groggy and/or irritable. Stress or traumatic events will often trigger insomnia, but some people have long-term, chronic conditions.

What are the additional symptoms?

Not feeling well-rested after a night’s sleep, daytime tiredness or sleepiness, Irritability, anxiety, depression, difficulty paying attention or focusing on tasks, an increase in errors or accidents, and ongoing worries about sleep.

What are the treatments for insomnia?

Small changes in your daily habits often help.* Your doctor can also help you find the proper treatment, which can include medication and cognitive behavioral therapy.* You may also be a candidate for special testing at a sleep center.

* Individual results may vary.
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