Got Sleep? When Insomnia Takes Over

Many of you have probably experienced difficulty sleeping at least once in your life, and many of you probably did not even know you were suffering from a very common sleep disorder. Insomnia is a persistent disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep, hard to stay asleep or both, despite the opportunity for adequate sleep.

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Telemedicine can aid in your diagnoses by providing adequate treatment based on the severity of your condition. Insomnia can be characterized as Acute or Chronic, Acute meaning the insomnia can last from one night to a few weeks, and chronic when a person suffers at least three nights a week for a month or longer. Many factors can attribute to insomnia, such as stress, emotional or physical discomfort, environment, medications, depression, and changes in your daily schedule. Those with a mild condition can be treated by making simple lifestyle changes. However, if you continue to experience symptoms, health care provided via telemedicine may be the answer you are looking for.

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Virtual ER doctor’s can see patients via skype or facetime, on any computer or mobile device through our telemedicine software to diagnose a person’s symptoms and provide relief. Rapid onset, short-acting drugs can help you avoid effects such as drowsiness the following day and get you back on your feet. Treatment for chronic insomnia includes treating any underlying conditions or health problems that may be the cause. If insomnia continues, your healthcare provider may suggest behavioral therapy. These simple but effective diagnosis’ can now be more affordable, time efficient, and convenient from your own home, office, or pharmacy telemedicine pod. No more wait at a physician’s office and no more inconvenience.

It is as easy as 1,2,3 with telemedicine and averages 15 minutes or less of your time. Once you have used and set-up a login, Virtual ER will remember your medical history and a call can be made for $49.99. Many things such as Insomnia can be treated through Telemedicine. Virtual ER’s see patients for many reasons including sleeping disorders and patients are thrilled by the effectiveness and convenience of a virtual consultation. Telemedicine can help patients become a better them with a good night’s sleep.

Alyssa Pasek