Doctors use a number of approaches to diagnose insomnia and understand a person's unique symptoms. Some of these measures can be done at home, while others require an office visit or an appointment at a sleep clinic.
Here you'll find information on when, where, and how to seek help if you have difficulty sleeping, as well as tips for talking to your doctor and a list of questions you may want to think about before your visit to be better prepared.
There are many ways to improve your sleep that involve psychological and behavioral steps. Cognitive behavioral treatments for insomnia (CBTi), relaxation techniques, and general sleep hygiene guidelines can help many people with sleep difficulties.