What is Insomnia?

Insomnia is a complicated condition that can be characterized based on its duration.

Acute insomnia is brief and usually happens due to life circumstances. for example it if you are stressed because you have a tough exam the next day or because you just heard bad news Gary thank you insomnia is generally resolved without any treatment.

Chronic insomnia is disrupted sleep that occurs at least three nights per week and lasts at least three months. Changes in your environment, I’m healthy sleep habits, little to no sleep hygiene, and other clinical this orders and even certain medications could lead to a pattern of long-term insufficient sleep. Chronic insomnia can be linked to other medical or psychiatric issues as well.

If you think you or a loved one may suffer from insomnia, call our office today (AZ (480) 641-9117 CA (661) 631-8328). Let us help you get on the road to better sleep. We are happy to coordinate your sleep study with your doctor. We also offer competitive cash pay pricing.

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