Thank you for your interest in the University of Maryland Sleep Disorders Center. Our specialists treat more than 60 recognized sleep disorders, one being insomnia, which is the most commonly reported sleep disorder among adults in the United States.
To help determine if you should be evaluated by a sleep specialist for insomnia, please answer the following questions:
- Do you have trouble falling asleep?
- Do you have trouble staying asleep?
- Do you wake up feeling unrefreshed, or feel tired, run down, irritable, or unfocused during the day?
- Rarely (1 night/week)
- Often (2-3 nights/week)
- Usually (4-5 nights/week)
- Always (6-7 nights/week)
If you experience trouble falling asleep or staying asleep more often than not, along with a daytime consequence (low concentration, no motivation, drowsy), you might have insomnia.
Better Sleep is Possible
At the UM Sleep Disorders Center, we offer a variety of treatment options for insomnia, including a highly effective nondrug approach called cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT).
This structured six-session program retrains patients' bodies and minds to achieve deep, restful sleep. CBT also produces longer-lasting effects than sleeping pills, without the risks or side effects.
Fill out our insomnia consultation request form on the right, and let us help you get more restful sleep. A coordinator will be in touch within 48 to schedule an appointment.
University of Maryland Sleep Disorders Center
Locations: Baltimore City & Columbia