Treating Insomnia

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In most cases insomnia -- the inability to sleep or inability to sleep well at night -- is a symptom, not a disease. It usually reflects some underlying process. While medication is often used to treat insomnia, you should discuss this with your physician first. Insomnia, is, in fact, best dealt with by including cognitive-behavioral therapy. This simply means education about sleep, and a few simple methods that may help patients sleep.

Click on either of the links below for more information and tips to help you get a good night's sleep.

For more information or to arrange for a sleep consultation for adults, please call 410-706-4771. For children, call 410-706-3285.

This page was last updated: July 30, 2013

         
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