Insomnia is a sleep disorder symptom that causes persistent difficulty with falling or staying asleep. If you struggle to consistently get a good night’s rest, watch this video to learn about the types of insomnia. 

There are two kinds of insomnia. The first type, acute insomnia, occurs when the individual has a known triggering factor. This insomnia lasts for less than one month. The second type, called chronic insomnia, is when the sleep disorder’s symptoms last for more than a month. Chronic insomnia can be further broken down. These types include insomnia due to medical disorders, insomnia due to mental disorders, and adjustment, psychophysiological, and paradoxical insomnia categories.

If you struggle with insomnia in Central New Jersey, then contact the sleep specialists at Sleep Dynamics. Call us at (848) 217-0240 for information about our sleep disorder treatments.