Sleep challenges often accompany other mental health conditions. A lack of sleep, or poor-quality sleep can result in anxiety, depression, and impaired function when you are awake. Worrying about your sleep challenges may affect your ability to fall asleep and you may then find yourself in a pattern of anxiety and poor sleep that requires intervention. Sleep challenges are quite common, with one estimate putting the number of adults in the United States living with sleep challenges at 70 million. There are approximately 80 different types of sleep disorders: insomnia being the most common. If you are having trouble sleeping, our mental health professionals can help you determine the cause of your sleeplessness and craft a treatment plan to address your concerns.