Millions of people have trouble falling asleep every night in the United States. For some people, it’s temporary or situational. For others, it becomes a chronic problem affecting everything from their physical health to their career and relationships.
An estimated 30 to 35 percent of people in the U.S. will have brief insomnia symptoms. Of those, 15 to 20 percent meet the criteria for short-term insomnia disorder and 10 percent meet the diagnosing criteria for chronic insomnia disorder.
Learn more about different types of insomnia, causes, treatment and more by exploring these insomnia FAQs.