Thanks to advanced technology, insomnia telehealth treatment can be accessed easily from home. You can get therapy for insomnia, online prescription management, and personalized plans from certified psychotherapists and physicians.
Medicines reduce your anxiety and stress for a good night’s sleep. This option is reserved for severe cases.
Personalized online therapy is one of the most effective ways of coping with sleep problems. We use cognitive-behavioral therapy, stimulus control therapy, and other methods to help alleviate sleep issues.
Counseling will speed up your recovery rate from sleep disorders. It is an effective non-pharmacological approach to eliminating sleeplessness.
Only a licensed doctor is allowed to prescribe drugs for all the mild, moderate, and severe cases of sleep problems and is able to ensure your safety at the same time. The most common insomnia meds include Ambien, Eszopiclone, Lunesta, Triazolam, Zaleplon, Zolpidem, and Antihistamines. These drugs may induce drowsiness, making driving dangerous, so remember about such side effects and consult with a professional if you experience any.
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Contact an online doctor for insomnia who can accurately
assess your state, make a sleep disorder diagnosis, and
suggest the ideal methods to restore quality sleep. It may
include therapy, a prescription for insomnia medication,
and assistance in setting up related self-help routines.
Mango Clinic is a one-stop medical center that offers up-to-date and most outstanding treatment services to those affected.
Responding to a short questionnaire will help the medical provider better understand your condition.
Our staff will validate the appointment time to consult the mental health specialist.
Have a one-on-one meeting with a licensed medical professional through video call. Get a personalized treatment plan for insomnia, common information about managing your condition, and learn how to induce sleep by improving your lifestyle.
Monthly check-ins with your mental health care professional are a vital part of insomnia treatment. It enables a mental health specialist to monitor and record your progress, discuss concerns regarding your mental health, and advise on adjusting your routines, like exercising, implementing relaxation tips, eating healthy food, etc. to help fall asleep easier.
Book an appointment today to get expert treatment for insomnia. That will involve identifying the type of insomnia, training, and techniques to encourage sleepiness in the short term, learning how to keep a sleep diary, prescribing sedative meds or other kinds of drugs, and primary support to treat insomnia.
Insomnia is characterized by difficulty falling asleep, remaining asleep, or the situations when one can wake early and is not able to fall asleep again. It does affect adults and children as the same activity that causes insomnia affects any person’s mind and body.
Some insomnia causes include stress, anxiety, disruption of melatonin production, and poor sleep habits. Here are some of the signs one could be experiencing:
The quality of sleep usually declines as one grows older. It is more common in people who are 60 years and older.
Certain habits may increase the risk of sleeplessness. These include the use of excessive amounts of caffeine, alcohol, smoking, and inconsistent sleeping patterns.
A person’s genes may increase their susceptibility to sleep deprivation and affect how deeply they sleep.
Women are more prone to experience sleeplessness because of changing levels of hormones. On the other hand, men are more prone to experiencing insomnia due to their lifestyle decisions.
Doctors often link insomnia to stress related to certain events or that lasts for days, weeks, or months. Night shifts, family issues, and challenges or pressure in other spheres of one’s personal life make it harder to maintain comfort and a sense of calm.
Doctors say there is a link between sleep problems and psychological diseases like anxiety and depression and physical illnesses like asthma and heart disease. Restless legs syndrome can also lead to insomnia.
The content of a study published in the International Journal of Obesity showed that gaining weight and lack of sleep go hand in hand. Compared to their friends who got the recommended eight hours a night, those who had trouble sleeping were considerably more likely to have problems with their weight.
Different resources state there is a link between headaches and sleep deprivation. Lack of sleep is a common cause of headaches and may lead to migraines and muscle pain which changes sleep patterns and relaxation rate, making the problem more severe.
Research shows that a certain amount of slumber is required to strengthen memory. In short, getting enough sleep aids in memory consolidation while living with constant limited sleep hours can make your information retention ability worse.
Studies indicate those who lack sleep are more susceptible to contracting a virus after exposure. Sleeplessness might also make one’s immune system weaker as it may lead to reducing the number of blood cells, inhibiting melatonin levels, and decreasing the production of cytokines.
Lack of sleep can lead to sexual dysfunction because of its associated physical and mental issues. The brain inhibits the release of sex hormones, including estrogen and testosterone, in favor of stress hormones like cortisol when a person has stress due to sleep problems. Lower testosterone levels caused by chronic insomnia may cause reduced libido.
People who have sleep issues are 10X more likely to develop depression than those who always get enough sleep. Insomnia and depression are closely related.
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Strattera, generically known as atomoxetine, is a non-stimulant drug that treats adults and children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It is the first non-stimulant approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat ADHD. Strattera and all other non-stimulants are typically thought to be less effective at treating. […]
Sleep is among the necessities required to achieve optimal performance in the human body. Sleep-deprived individuals often do not get enough sleep, which makes them feel tired. Lack of sleep also affects different body parts, from the brain to the digestive system. Sleeping is a basic human need despite many adults overlooking the fact. […]