Primary Insomnia is only classified as a problem, if over a period of at least one month, a person has difficulty falling asleep or maintaining their sleep.

  1. Difficulty falling asleep
  2. Waking up several times during sleep
  3. Fatigue
  4. People who have primary insomnia tend to be preoccupied with getting enough sleep. The more they try to sleep, the greater the sense of frustration and distress, and the more difficult sleep becomes.