Insomnia plagues millions of Americans. While the condition is common, an accurate diagnosis of the root problem can be elusive. What’s worse, insomnia and the resulting poor sleep can be devastating, negatively affecting every aspect of your health.
Insomnia: Getting a Diagnosis
Have you had trouble falling asleep or staying asleep the whole night? Your symptoms probably seem to point to insomnia, but the only way to know for sure is to get a diagnosis.
Insomnia is a sleep disorder where people have trouble sleeping. They may have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep as long as desired. Insomnia is typically followed by daytime sleepiness, low energy, irritability, and a depressed mood. Insomnia can be short-term, lasting for days or weeks, or long-term, lasting more than a month.
When you’re not sleeping well, your entire life is affected. You may feel unfocused, tired all the time, or just have a lingering sense that you’re not at your best. Many people dealing with anxiety or increased stress in their lives suffer from a difficulty falling asleep. Since the brain is constantly learning new behaviors, what begins as a temporary bout of insomnia can become a chronic condition after the mind becomes accustomed to lacking sleep.
Types of insomnia:
Short-term or acute insomnia symptoms last for less than 3 months. About 15% to 20% of people have this type of insomnia.
Chronic insomnia symptoms happen at least three times a week for at least 3 months. About 10% of people have this type.
If some or all of these things apply to you, you may have insomnia that our at-home test can diagnose:
It takes you more than 30 minutes to fall asleep.
You wake up during the night and have trouble falling back to sleep.
You wake up early in the morning and can't fall back asleep.
You have at least 7 hours available to sleep each night and your bedroom is quiet, dark, and comfortable.
You feel tired, moody, or worn out during the day.
Too little sleep causes problems at work, school, or other parts of your daily life.
Your sleep problems can't be explained by another sleep disorder like sleep apnea, a medical condition, or a medicine you take.
Our Diagnostic Process
Our Insomnia Testing process is comprehensive and gives you a clear diagnosis and treatment plan to restore healthy sleep.
Complete this FORM to request you Insomnia Diagnostic Test in the comfort of your home.
We will verify you benefits (if applicable) and contact you to schedule your initial consultation with our sleep physician.
You will sleep with the device for 2 nights and return it to our office. A sleep-certified physician will discuss final evaluations with you and forward these results to your physician.
Get Help for Your Insomnia with a
Comprehensive Treatment Plan
There is hope. Sleep disorders are treatable. If you believe you are suffering from insomnia, don’t wait. Respecting what your mind and body are telling you, acknowledging the serious nature of insomnia, and asking for help are the first steps toward better sleep and better health.
Why Choose Wellfirst Sleep?
We know sleep! We know sleep science, sleep solutions, the evidence for virtually all "sleep solutions" and we have decades of experience with patients just like you! Every human being is distinct and has a unique combination of sleep symptoms and presentation. Sleep is highly individualized and sleep outcomes No two individuals are the same when it comes to sleep. we will apply this knowledge to help you achieve the sleep and good health you deserve and are seeking. No matter what the diagnostic pathway - in our labs, at home or in an ambulatory setting with our clinician/s - we will investigate your sleep concern and help you to resolve that concern through expert diagnosis, consultation, and therapeutic alternatives that are customized for YOU.
YOUR testing and results are documented and analyzed by our credentialed, registered polysomnographic technologists and interpreted by our Sleep Specialist Physicians at the highest levels of clinical competency in sleep medicine.