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Resources for insomnia

Whether short-term or long-term, sleep difficulties can impact every aspect of your life.

Man with insomnia laying in bed

Insomnia refers to a condition where a person experiences difficulties with sleep.

"Acute insomnia" can last from one night to a few weeks. Insomnia becomes "chronic" when a person has insomnia at least three nights a week lasting a month or longer.

Insomnia may present as:

  • Trouble falling asleep (takes over 30 minutes to fall asleep)
  • Trouble staying asleep
  • Early or frequent awakenings
  • Non-restorative sleep (you don’t feel rested even after many hours asleep)

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