Take Your Insomnia Seriously
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.
Many sleep centers shy away from the complexities of treating insomnia.
At CSI we make it our primary focus.
What is Causing Your Insomnia?
Are you thinking, do I have insomnia? Do you experience difficulty sleeping? Snoring? Daytime sleepiness? Many sleep conditions are misclassified as insomnia, including:
Insomnia Has Serious Effects on Your Health
Insomnia is a disorder characterized by persistent problems with falling or staying asleep. It’s one of several sleep disorders that can affect a patient’s quality of life. Because of its potential association with other health issues, insomnia can be difficult to diagnose and treat.
People with this disorder often complain about unrefreshing sleep, but the effects of insomnia can be much more serious and can include:
Over time, insomnia sufferers are at higher risk of developing chronic diseases.
We are Dedicated to Unraveling the Mystery of Insomnia
Identifying and treating insomnia requires close attention to health and lifestyle information, as well as individual patient evaluations. CSI is one of the few independent medical clinics in the country that addresses insomnia in all of its complexities.
At Clayton Sleep, we have developed a proprietary process for diagnosing insomnia and other sleep disorders and tailoring treatment for each individual client. We lead the way in insomnia research and comprehensive care.
Our Sleep Studies Can Give You the Diagnosis You Need for Better Sleep
Our process is comprehensive and gives you a clear diagnosis and treatment plan to restore healthy sleep.
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.
Talk to your doctor about the CSI Insomnia Center