Acute insomnia can be brought on by things like stress at work or school, a traumatic event, or other difficult “life events.” Acute insomnia lasts for a few days or weeks and then goes away.
Chronic insomnia lasts for a month or longer and is the result of medical conditions, medicines, or sleep disorders. The only way to get quality sleep in this case is to see a physician that specializes in insomnia.
33% of adults in the U.S. get less than 7 hours of nightly sleep on a regular basis
35% of Americans report a family history of insomnia
Over 50% of seniors over the age of 65 struggle with insomnia
Insomnia is often misdiagnosed or exists alongside other disorders, making it challenging to treat effectively. If you believe you might be struggling with: