Insomnia Treatment Near Me

Insomnia Treatment


Insomnia can manifest in different ways, and there are two main types:

Acute Insomnia: This is usually a short-term issue and often occurs in response to a specific stressor or life event, such as a work deadline, a relationship problem, or a traumatic experience. Once the underlying cause is resolved, sleep typically returns to normal.

Chronic Insomnia: This type of insomnia lasts for an extended period, typically at least three nights a week for three months or longer. It can be caused by a range of factors, including medical conditions, psychiatric disorders, medications, or lifestyle habits.

Common symptoms of insomnia include:

  • Difficulty falling asleep despite feeling tired.
  • Frequent awakenings during the night.
  • Waking up too early in the morning and being unable to fall back asleep.
  • Feeling tired or not refreshed upon waking up.
  • Daytime fatigue, irritability, mood disturbances, and difficulty concentrating.

Insomnia can have various causes, and it’s essential to identify the underlying factors contributing to your sleep difficulties. It can be related to stress, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, medical conditions, certain medications, caffeine or alcohol consumption, or poor sleep hygiene practices.

To address your insomnia, we’ll need to evaluate your specific situation. Treatment options for insomnia may include:

Lifestyle Changes: These can involve improving sleep hygiene practices, such as maintaining a consistent sleep schedule, creating a comfortable sleep environment, and avoiding stimulating activities before bedtime.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I): CBT-I is a highly effective therapeutic approach that helps you identify and modify negative thoughts and behaviors that contribute to insomnia. It can teach you strategies to improve sleep patterns and manage stress.

Medications: In some cases, short-term use of prescription or over-the-counter sleep medications may be recommended, but this should be done under the guidance of a healthcare professional.

Treatment of Underlying Conditions: If an underlying medical or psychiatric condition is contributing to your insomnia, addressing that condition may improve your sleep.

It’s essential to seek help for insomnia because chronic sleep problems can lead to a range of physical and mental health issues if left untreated.

Contact us to schedule an in-Person or telehealth appointment

Contact us at or call us: 

Miami, Florida Office: 305-600-3182,

Saco, Maine Office 207-200-4789

We will provide you with a link to your patient portal where you can view your next appointment, view billing, fill out rating scales, as well as complete intake forms. Your patient portal also provides a HIPAA compliant portal to communicate with your doctor(s).