Put simply, insomnia involves sleep difficulties at night that impact how you feel during the day.
If you suffer from insomnia, you may experience one of the following nighttime symptoms or some combination:
As a result of poor sleep, you may experience one of more of the following daytime symptoms:
There is no magic number of hours of sleep used to establish a diagnosis of insomnia. Rather, how you feel during the day in association with difficulty sleeping at night determines whether you suffer from insomnia.
If you have not had a recent physical exam, make an appointment with your health care provider to rule out any medical conditions that could be affecting your sleep.
If you have trouble falling or staying asleep, wake up too early, experience non-refreshing sleep or some combination of symptoms, the Pillow Talk Program can help you get a great night’s sleep.
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