Most individuals, at some time in their lives, will experience temporary problems with insomnia. However, some sleep researchers estimate that more than 40% percent of the population will suffers from long term or chronic insomnia during their life time, a disorder characterized by difficulty falling asleep and/or staying asleep.
Insomnia can be a symptom of another sleep disorder, but often is triggered by psychological factors, lifestyle change or physical illness. Only a qualified sleep disorder doctors can adequately rule out other medical disorders and get to the root of the problem by utilizing successful insomnia diagnosis and treatments.
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