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NHLBI

Insomnia - Living With

insomnia  sleep  sleep disorders  tiredness  healthy sleep habits  insomnia treatment 

If you have been diagnosed with insomnia, follow your treatment plan and make healthy lifestyle and sleep changes. The following steps can help prevent your insomnia from returning or getting worse.

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Insomnia - Treatment

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Lifestyle changes can often help improve short-term insomnia. A type of counseling called cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia is usually the first treatment recommended for chronic insomnia. Several medicines can also help manage insomnia and help you have a regular sleep schedule. You may need to visit a doctor who specializes in treating sleep problems.

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NHLBI

Insomnia - Diagnosis

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If lack of sleep is affecting your daily activities, talk to your doctor. You may be diagnosed with insomnia if you have difficulty falling or staying asleep for at least 3 nights a week. Short-term insomnia lasts less than 3 months. Chronic insomnia lasts for 3 months or more. Your doctor may do some tests to see whether you have other medical conditions that can affect your sleep, or whether your insomnia has caused any complications.

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Insomnia - Signs, Symptoms, and Complications

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The main symptom of insomnia is trouble falling or staying asleep, even if you have enough time and the right conditions for good sleep. Over time, untreated insomnia may raise your risk of certain health problems or workplace or road accidents.

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NHLBI

Insomnia - Screening and Prevention

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To screen for insomnia, your doctor will ask how you are sleeping and ask about your risk factors. Your doctor may talk to you about steps you can take to help you sleep better and prevent chronic insomnia.

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NHLBI

Insomnia – Risk Factors

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You may have a higher risk of insomnia because of your age, family history and genetics, environment or occupation (work), lifestyle, stress or worrying about sleep, or your sex.

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NCI

Sleep Problems (Insomnia) and Cancer Treatment

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Sleep problems are a common side effect during cancer treatment. Learn how a polysomnogram can assess sleep problems. Learn about the benefits of managing sleep disorders in men and women with cancer.

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OWH

Insomnia

insomnia  sleep  sleep problems  Women’s health  cognitive behavioral therapy  trouble sleeping  problems sleeping  chronic insomnia  primary insomnia  secondary insomnia 

Insomnia is a common sleep disorder. It is more common in women, especially older women, than in men.

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OWH

Sleep and your health

health  pregnancy  insomnia  sleep  women's health  mental health  sleep apnea  Postpartum depression  sleep disorder  perimenopause  PMS  PMDD  restless leg syndrome  daytime sleepiness  sleep study 

Sleep boosts your mind, body, and mood. Learn tips for getting enough good sleep from the Office on Women’s Health.

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OWH

Abuse, trauma, and mental health

anxiety  depression  abuse  insomnia  women's health  trauma  mental health  anger  military  emotional abuse  sexual abuse  verbal abuse  military sexual trauma  trouble sleeping  alcohol and drug abuse 

Learn how abuse and trauma can affect your mental health from the Office on Women’s Health.

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