How does insomnia impact you

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Insomnia. It’s a night and day issue.

When it comes to insomnia—look at the whole picture.
Many people only think of the overnight sleep problems, but you know that insomnia has daytime impacts too, such as fatigue, trouble concentrating, and daytime sleepiness.

Additionally, if you’re currently taking medication for insomnia, it may leave you feeling groggy the next day.

Take action—talk to your doctor about your current treatment, how well you’re sleeping, and the next-day impact of your insomnia.


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of adults report having insomnia symptoms;
6% to 10% meet the criteria for insomnia disorder.