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What Is Insomnia??

It is a common sleep disorder that has the following symptoms: difficulty falling or staying asleep, poor quality sleep, and waking up too early. Insomnia has been found to be most common in older people and also in women. Insomnia will leave you feeling tired throughout the day and there are two forms of insomnia, acute and chronic. Insomnia has many different causes such as stress, many medical conditions, physical discomfort, noise, and substance abuse. In order to diagnose whether you have insomnia we will ask you a series of questions about your sleep patterns, stress levels, medical history, medication, and how much physical activity you do every day.

At Sleep Services of Maryland you will get a comprehensive examination by a sleep specialist. He will then create a personalized treatment program with the appropriate diagnostic testing in order to get you sleeping better again. The professionals at Sleep Services of Maryland know what they are doing and will do everything they can in order to give a good night’s sleep so that you can wake up refreshed and ready for your day.

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