Why can’t I sleep?

insomniaYou may have insomnia if you find yourself…

  • Tired but unable to fall asleep
  • Constantly waking up at night
  • Unable to get back to sleep
  • Constantly looking at your alarm clock at night
  • Worrying about not sleeping
  • Not feeling rested
  • Unable to sleep without sleep aids or a drink
  • Having difficulty waking up in the morning
  • Drowsy, tired, irritable, or clouded during the day
  • Having difficulty concentrating during the day

You don’t have to continue suffering. I am certified in the treatment of sleep disorders. I can help.

Schedule a free 15-minute phone consultation.

Misconceptions about insomnia:

  • It’s all in your head
  • Alcohol will help
  • Sleep aids or supplements are safe
  • You can make up for lost sleep
  • You can train yourself to need less sleep
  • Sleep problems will get better with time
  • You can lose the ability to sleep altogether
  • Older people don’t need as much sleep

Learn more about insomnia and sleep disorders here.