Statement of the Problem
For the longest time, practicing psychologists and other practitioners have treated anxiety, depression, and insomnia as different clinical conditions. However, recent observations demonstrate that the coincidence with which these three conditions occur is too high. This started raising questions among all the affiliates of the American Psychological Association.
Purpose of the Study
The purpose of this study is to demystify the relationship between anxiety, depression, and insomnia.
- What linkages exist between anxiety, depression, and insomnia?
- Can anxiety, depression, or insomnia exist exclusively in a patient?
- Should different professionals treat the three conditions separately, or should one specialist be involved?