Telemedicine & Insomnia
Updated: Aug 20, 2019
Have you suffered from difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep or early morning awakenings? Unfortunately, these are symptoms of insomnia that could irritate your nights and disturb your days. Most cases of insomnia are related to poor sleep habits, depression, anxiety or lack of exercise; but in some cases psychiatric and medical conditions are the cause of this common condition.
How do you know what is the underlying reason of you staring into the black abyss counting sheep? With telemedicine, the first step to treatment is as simple as picking up your phone and speaking with a healthcare provider.
Telemedicine: proven effectiveness to cure Insomnia:
Managing insomnia and curing it may seem impossible to some people. According to National Sleep Foundation, around about 30% of the world population suffers from a spectrum of insomnia from a mild to chronic degree. Most people have difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep or early morning awakenings with nearly half of insomniacs experiencing two of three of these symptoms. Insomnia, unlike most illness, is more irritating because it causes fatigue, mood swings, and affects the mental and psychological health of the patient.
In a recent conference held last June 2019, the Associated Professional Sleep Societies’ “SLEEP 2019 Conferenceheld in San Antonio supported the effectiveness of telemedicine in curing insomnia through cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
When you are feeling insomniac, your mood is altered and your daily routine may be affected, so the ease of access to Telemedicine through RaineyDay Doc, where you could easily talk to your doctor and discuss sleep hygiene and treatments options.
Continuous Care & Follow-up:
Through telemedicine services, you can get insomnia treatment recommendations, and ongoing follow-up to monitor your symptoms progression through virtual visits. If your symptoms are too severe or Rainey Day Docis unable to prescribe the medications needed to treat your issue, the virtual visit will not be charged.
Lower your pocket expenses:
Another core benefit of treating your insomnia through telemedicine is its affordability and relatively low cost. The telemedicine saves your transportation, wait, and clinic visit money with the same expected curing result. Book a virtual visit with Rainey Day Doc, andspeak with a provider about sleep hygiene and treatment options. The sooner you get a good night sleep the sooner you can get back to things you enjoy doing.