A sleeping disorder characterized by disruptive sleeping patterns, difficulty staying asleep or falling asleep. Individuals may be sleeping for an adequate amount of time; however the quality of sleep is not sufficient as the feeling of restlessness and irritability occurs during the day. Chronic insomnia is when a person has difficulty sleeping three nights a week for at least a month. Around 1 in 10 Americans suffer from chronic insomnia, which affects mood, energy level and behavior. Individuals who suffer from sleeping disorders, such as sleep apnea will not be eligible for studies at this time.
The Signs and Symptoms of Insomnia
- Difficulty in maintaining sleep
- Waking up 3 or more times a night
- Poor concentration and focus
- Daytime irritability and restlessness
Check to see if you are eligible:
1. Are you between the ages of 16-75?
2. Have you experienced insomnia for two months or longer?
3. Do you have difficulty falling asleep?
4. Do you experience middle of the night wake-ups?
5. Are you in good physical health?
If you answered “yes” to these questions, you may qualify to participate in a clinical research study for insomnia. Call for an evaluation today, toll-free: 1-877-411-1616