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Trouble sleeping is incredibly common. Four in 10 people have symptoms of short-term insomnia. Treatment often fails because it only addresses one aspect of the condition.

That's why Goodpath creates personalized, integrative self-care programs. To help you sleep better, faster

An integrative program for lasting results

The best approach often includes more than one type of treatment. This is called integrative medicine, and it forms the basis of our custom programs. Learn more.

Nutrition & supplements

Targeted nutrition tips and supplements to get your body back on track.

Movement & lifestyle

Physical fitness advice, strengthening exercises, and lifestyle adjustments tailored just to you.

Meditation & mindfulness

Hand-picked mindfulness & meditation exercises to improve your condition.

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Amanda L.

Has a high-pressure job, feels anxious frequently, has trouble falling asleep, goal is to feel less tired during the day

Many people have trouble sleeping.

Typically this isn’t a sign of a major issue. But, missed or interrupted sleep can have many negative side effects – especially when it happens often.

Trouble sleeping is subjective, meaning that it is based on an individual’s point of view. A person may report:

  • Difficulty falling asleep

  • Difficulty staying asleep

  • Waking up too early

  • Not feeling rested

And, sleep problems can impact every hour of an individual’s life. In the daytime, people with sleep troubles may report: 

  • Feeling tired or sleepy 

  • Trouble paying attention, concentrating, or remembering things

  • Having difficulty with work, school, or social situations

  • Feeling irritable or moody

  • Having less energy or desire to do things

  • Making errors or accidents while driving or managing tasks like home finances

  • Experiencing concerns or worries about sleep

  • Having physical issues like tension, headaches, or gastrointestinal (GI) complaints

In any year about 4 out of 10 people have symptoms of short-term insomnia.

At least 1 out of 10 people have an actual diagnosis of insomnia disorder.

Insomnia is more common in women after menopause.

As people get older, getting enough sleep tends to be more difficult.

Treatment options vary based on need

Treatment for short-term sleep problems.

Treatment for long-term sleep problems.

Treatment for sleep problems due to underlying conditions.

Treatment for sleep problems other than insomnia.

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