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Insomnia refers to the inability to fall or stay asleep. It often leaves the sufferer feeling exhausted and can reduce quality of life. Luckily there are many treatment options available including behavior therapy and medication.
With our same day insomnia treatment service, you can meet with a top online doctor, get diagnosed and receive the treatment you need. Our doctors can diagnose your condition and prescribe the appropriate treatment plan so you can feel rested.
PlushCare maintains a 97% patient satisfaction rating. You can speak with a top doctor from your phone or computer, get diagnosed and prescribed insomnia medication, that is not classified as a controlled substance, in 15 minutes. PlushCare only employs doctors who are graduates of top 50 U.S. medical schools. We’re really proud of the care we offer.
If you’re suffering from insomnia you may feel you are getting insufficient sleep and may experience one or more of the following symptoms: Fatigue, low energy, difficulty concentrating, mood disturbances, decreased performance in work or at school.
Wondering how to cure insomnia? Cognitive behavioral therapy is the first line of treatment for insomnia and has been proven to be effective. It focuses on controlling and eliminating thoughts that keep you awake or wake you during the night. Other treatment methods may involve behavioral changes such as refraining from screens an hour before bed and practicing certain relaxation techniques. Medication may also be prescribed.
Yes, you can get a prescription for insomnia if a doctor deems it medically necessary. Not all insomnia is treated with medication but for chronic sufferers there are prescription sleeping aids that can help such as Desyrel. Book an appointment with a PlushCare doctor to discuss if medication is right for you. Note, online doctors are not able to prescribe controlled substances.
Online doctors cannot write prescriptions for controlled substances such as Xanax, Valium, Klonopin, Ativan and lorazepam. That said, there are other sleep aids that can help with insomnia that are not classified as controlled substances.
Acute insomnia lasts up to one month and is the result of situational stress that is resolved when the trigger is no longer present. Transient insomnia last for less than one week and caused by another disorder. Chronic insomnia lasts more than one month and is associated with lasting medical or psychiatric conditions.
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We can send prescriptions to any local pharmacy or by mail.
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