Sleep Center - Sleeping Disorders


You know better than anyone that looking up at the ceiling while in bed not being able to fall asleep or stay asleep can be frustrating. You know that you are going to pay for the lack of sleep over the next 18 - 24 hours. You know that your next day at work or with the family is not going to go as well as it should.

You should know that you are one of millions of people around the world that have sleeping troubles and that you are not alone. It is very important to take your sleep issues seriously and consult with your doctor.

Take the time to learn more about sleep disorders and talk with your doctor. We have some basic information that you might find interesting. Take your time and enjoy and good luck getting a better nights sleep.

How do you know if you have insomnia? The previous sleep question is to answer because Insomnia covers various sleep conditions. For example, many people think that Insomnia is a very serious disorder that keeps people awake for days. When in fact Insomnia can be the inability to fall asleep, or difficulty staying asleep, waking up too early, waking up constantly throughout the night, or feeling horrible when you wake up the next day. The best thing to do is to consult with a doctor about Insomnia to learn more about the symptoms and to determine if you are in fact someone that falls in this sleep trouble category.

Do you sit up at night feeling alone with your sleep problem? Well don't worry you are far from alone!

Most people either fail to or forget to talk to their doctor about their sleeping problems. Don't be one of these people. It is written in many periodicals that over 50% of adults have had at least one symptom of insomnia a few times per week. 100's of millions of people are in the same boat.