Sleep Onset Insomnia

Sleep Onset Insomnia can be used as another way to describe Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder. An untreated form of Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder could result in a more chronic form of Sleep Onset Insomnia. If you are suffering from this you may find that you cannot sleep when you want to and are often awake long into the night. However, the times may vary in which you sleep and you may begin to feel very anxious about sleeping, knowing that you could be awake for hours on end. There are, as with all insomnias, different levels of this type of insomnia, temporary, acute and chronic and all need different diagnoses and treatments.