It's important to understand that different people have different needs in terms of how much sleep they require, and how much sleep is satisfactory..

That said, difficulty falling asleep and difficulty staying asleep are generally called insomnia. Insomnia is further described by how long the condition lasts.

  • Transient Insomnia - The insomnia lasts for a short time.
  • Intermittent Insomnia - Occurs on and off.
  • Chronic Insomnia - Happens most nights and lasts a month or more.

The price for insomnia is often paid during the day. People who struggle with insomnia in any of its forms share a list of issues they deal with daily.

  • Fatigue and tiredness usually top top the list.
  • Low energy and lethargy.
  • Most have difficulties staying focused on the tasks at hand.
  • Irritability is another often-heard complaint.

There's an old saying - "One thing leads to another." It's certainly true with insomnia.  The daytime problems associated with insomnia can lead to depression, health problems, accidents and a general feeling of being somehow apart from surrounding activities.

Patient Priority Clinical Sites is now involved in testing an investigational medication to treat insomnia.

If you would like more information about this clinical trial, and about possibly participating in it, please contact us.

All inquiries are confidential. All examinations and procedures are free of charge. When inquiries lead to participation in one of our clinical studies, participants are compensated for their time and they qualify for follow-up treatment after the trial at no cost.

Tel: 513-791-7760