According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) More than one-third of people in the United States do not get enough sleep, which could be both the result and cause of widespread sleep disorders. People who have sleep disorders have difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep, which can lead to severe consequences. While it is common for people to have difficulty sleeping at some point in their lives, having a hard time sleeping on a regular basis is not normal and can have very negative effects on mental and physical health.

People with the condition may abuse substances to attempt to manage their disorder, which can make diagnosis and treatment even more complicated. If you or a loved one have a sleep disorder, you are not alone. Treatment is available.

Assessing Your Risk of Sleep Disorders

Do you think you or your loved one could have a sleep disorder? Taking a self-assessment can help you learn more. A quiz is not an official diagnosis because only a medical professional can diagnose a sleep disorder. However, an assessment can help evaluate specific symptoms so you can determine if you should seek assistance.