Bazil agreed: "I look at most people with insomnia as someone who developed bad sleep habits."
A drug, ideally used for a short time, may help encourage sleep and get people on the right track, Bazil said. "But those bad sleep habits -- you've got to address them too," he added.
"The problem," Kohler noted, "is that we don't want to make behavior changes. We want to pop a pill."
Learn more about insomnia and good sleep habits from the National Sleep Foundation.
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