Fast Five Quiz: Presentation and Diagnosis of Insomnia

Jasvinder P. Chawla, MD, MBA


November 08, 2021

Insomnia is the most prevalent sleep disorder in the general population, defined as repeated difficulty with falling and staying asleep, and with achieving sleep consolidation or good-quality sleep despite adequate time and opportunity. An insomnia diagnosis requires the presence of both suggestive symptomatology and associated daytime dysfunction. Insomnia often presents with comorbid conditions, including psychiatric, sleep, and substance use disorders.

Can you recognize insomnia in a presenting patient? Check your knowledge with this quick quiz.


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