Insomnia

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Insomnia

Insomnia is a disorder that can make it difficult to fall asleep, difficult to stay asleep, or both. With insomnia you may get too little sleep or have poor quality sleep. You usually awaken feeling un-refreshed, which takes a toll on your ability to function during the day. Insomnia can sap your energy level and mood, as well as your health, work performance and quality of life.

Insomnia symptoms may include:

    • Difficulty falling asleep at night 
    • Awakening during the night 
    • Awakening too early 
    • Not feeling well rested after a night's sleep 
    • Daytime fatigue or sleepiness 
    • Irritability, depression or anxiety 
    • Difficulty paying attention or focusing on tasks 
    • Increased errors or accidents 
    • Ongoing worries about sleep 

Someone with insomnia will often take 30 minutes or more to fall asleep and may get only six or fewer hours of sleep for three or more nights a week, for more than one month.

If insomnia makes it hard for you to function during the day, a professional consultation at PRI may help you to better determine what might be the cause of your sleep problem and how it can be treated!

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PRI has experience in conducting Research Studies for Insomnia.
  • Participants must be at least 18 years old and in generally good health.
  • Women who may be pregnant or nursing a child are not appropriate candidates for research studies at PRI.

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