Free Insomnia Screening



The following questions ask about your sleep in the past 7 days and nights.
Please select the one best answer for each question.

Select your score from the options below.

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None or minimal sleeping problems

Your answers suggest that while you may be experiencing some occasional sleeping problems, they don’t appear to be due to insomnia. It is important to note that sleeping problems can also be caused by other physical or mental conditions or from the use of substances. Such conditions may include narcolepsy, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, Bipolar Disorder, or PTSD. If you are having sleeping difficulties that you would like to resolve without medication, consider speaking with a mental health professional to determine the nature of your sleeping problems. Call us today to set up an appointment or to discuss your concerns and see if cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia could be helpful to you.

Mild Insomnia

Your answers suggest that you may be experiencing mild symptoms of insomnia. Insomnia typically lasts for at least 3 months or longer for at least 3 nights per week. Individuals with insomnia have difficulty sleeping despite opportunities to sleep. It is important to note that sleeping problems can also be caused by other physical or mental conditions or from the use of certain substances. To begin determining the possible causes of your sleep difficulties, it is important to discuss your concerns with a mental health professional or your physician. If you are experiencing insomnia and would like to resolve your sleep problems without the use of medication, consider speaking with a mental health professional.Call us today to set up an appointment or to discuss your concerns and see if cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia could be helpful to you.

Moderate Insomnia

Your answers suggest that you may be experiencing moderate symptoms of insomnia. It appears your sleep problems are beginning to affect your ability to function so it’s important you speak to a professional about these concerns. Insomnia typically lasts for at least 3 months or longer for at least 3 nights per week. Individuals with insomnia have difficulty sleeping despite opportunities to sleep. It is important to note that sleeping problems can also be caused by other physical or mental conditions or from the use of certain substances. To begin determining the possible causes of your sleep difficulties, it is important to discuss your concerns with a mental health professional or your physician. If you are experiencing insomnia and would like to resolve your sleep problems without the use of medication, consider speaking with a mental health professional.Call us today to set up an appointment or to discuss your concerns and see if cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia could be helpful to you.

Severe Insomnia

Your answers suggest that you may be experiencing severe symptoms of insomnia. It appears your sleep problems are significantly affecting your ability to function so it’s important you speak to a professional about these concerns. Insomnia typically lasts for at least 3 months or longer for at least 3 nights per week. Individuals with insomnia have difficulty sleeping despite opportunities to sleep. It is important to note that sleeping problems can also be caused by other physical or mental conditions or from the use of certain substances. To begin determining the possible causes of your sleep difficulties, it is important to discuss your concerns with a mental health professional or your physician. If you are experiencing insomnia and would like to resolve your sleep problems without the use of medication, consider speaking with a mental health professional.Call us today to set up an appointment or to discuss your concerns and see if cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia could be helpful to you.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

This self-report questionnaire is not intended to provide a diagnosis. While you may be experiencing symptoms of insomnia, the proper diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders can only be determined by a mental health professional or physician. Symptoms of insomnia can sometimes be the result of other mental or physical health conditions. It is important to consult with a mental health professional or your physician about your concerns to determine the cause of your current sleeping difficulties. Conditions such as PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, sleep apnea, and restless leg syndrome are other common causes of sleep problems.

Disclaimer
These questionnaires are only for adults and are not designed to be administered to adolescents or children. By clicking on the questionnaire above, you acknowledge that the screen is not a diagnostic instrument and is only to be used by you if you are 18 years or older. Let’s Talk! Counseling and Services LLC disclaims any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the use and application of these questionnaires.


 

References

Moul,D.E., Pilkonis,P.A., Miewald,J.M., Carey,T.J., Buysse,D.J.: Preliminary study of the test-retest reliability and concurrent validities of the Pittsburgh Insomnia Rating Scale (PIRS). Sleep 25 Abstract Supplement, A246-A247, 2002.
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