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  • Patient Profiles

    Insomnia can affect and impact different patients in different ways. These 3 profiles highlight the medical, psychiatric, quality-of-life, and next-day functional impact that insomnia can have on patients.


    Be on the lookout for similar signs and symptoms in your practice to better identify patients who may have insomnia.

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    Mike yawning

    Mike has trouble
    staying asleep

    Mike is a construction manager who has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. In addition to that, he is also experiencing insomnia symptoms that are making it difficult to function at work.

    Helen yawning

    Helen keeps
    waking up too early

    Helen is a grandmother. Recent knee surgery is causing her pain, which has reduced the time she can spend with her grandchildren. In addition to the pain, she continues to experience insomnia symptoms that started during menopause.

    Claire yawning

    Claire can’t
    seem to fall asleep

    Claire is a busy mother and businesswoman. In addition to depression, she has been experiencing insomnia symptoms for more than 3 months that are causing her concern.

  • Identifying Insomnia

    Insomnia: Discovering the Disorder

    Hear more about identifying and engaging with insomnia patients from Larry Culpepper, MD, MPH, Professor of Family Medicine, Boston University.

  • Sleep Tools

    Use these helpful sleep tools to educate and engage your patients who may be suffering from insomnia.

    Insomnia Facts
    and Figures

    Understand the causes, symptoms, and risks of insomnia, including the impact it can have on your patients’ lives.

    Sleep Hygiene

    Help your patients understand the lifestyle changes they could make in order to practice good sleep hygiene.

    Print out this resource and distribute to patients as needed.

    Sleep Conversation Starters

    Use these questions in your practice to start the sleep conversation and gain a better understanding of your patients’ sleep and wake experience.

    Print out this resource and distribute to patients as needed.

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