Insomnia Clinical Trials
Are you experiencing difficulty falling and staying asleep? This could be a sign that you suffer from insomnia. If you are struggling to fall or stay asleep, you could qualify to participate in one of our upcoming research studies. Avail Clinical Research is currently looking for qualified participants to enroll in insomnia clinical trials being conducted in DeLand, Florida.
Fill out the form on the right hand side of the page and see if you qualify for one of our upcoming insomnia clinical trials →
Not able to enroll in a clinical study yourself? Through our Refer-A-Friend program, you can still help us advance our insomnia research and be rewarded for your help. By referring someone who qualifies to participate in an insomnia clinical trial, you could earn up to $100. Simply click here to learn more about our Refer-A-Friend program.
To find out if you qualify for one of our insomnia clinical trials, you have two options:
- Fill out our online form – It is simple and easy to fill out our online form (in the upper right hand corner of this page). A valid email and phone number must be provided so we can contact you about enrolling in a paid research study.
- Give us a call – You can also give us a call if you have any other questions about the insomnia clinical trials we conduct in DeLand. Call us anytime between 7 AM and 5 PM weekdays at (386) 785-2400.
Insomnia is a common sleeping disorder that can be extremely disruptive to your everyday life. More than 3 million Americans are estimated to suffer from insomnia every year. People who suffer from insomnia have difficulty falling asleep and often have a hard time staying asleep. This can lead to feelings of exhaustion, depression and anxiety.
Your participation in insomnia clinical trials can help advance what researchers around the world know about insomnia and how to treat it. By enrolling in a clinical study you can become a real life superhero and help to improve the quality of life for people suffering from this all-too-common sleep disorder.
How do I Qualify for an Insomnia Clinical Study in DeLand?
There are a few qualification criteria that can determine your eligibility for a clinical trial. For each individual insomnia study conducted, there are a unique set of qualification factors that must be met. Having a clinical diagnosis of insomnia is not the only qualifying factor involved. This may be restricting, but it is an crucial part of conducting proper clinical research. Please call us at (386) 785-2400 with any questions you have.
Here are some general qualification criteria to keep in mind:
- You’ll need to have a clinically confirmed diagnosis of insomnia in order to qualify for one of our clinical trials.
- A history of substance or alcohol abuse within the last 5 years can make you ineligible to participate.
- Volunteers who don’t have health insurance can still qualify to participate for one of our insomnia clinical trials.
- Applicants must be willing to comply with study-related procedures and clinic visits during a study
Please note that each clinical trial participant reserves the right to drop out of their research study at any time. If you want to learn more, then please click here to read about the rights and protections granted to each person who participates in a study.
Is insomnia not an issue for you? We conduct plenty of clinical trials at our clinic that need volunteers too. Click here to learn more about our enrolling clinical studies in DeLand.
Compensation for Clinical Trial Participation
Our participants receive all study related care (including laboratory services, study medications and physical examinations) free of charge. Compensation for time and travel may also be provided to those who complete a study. It is important to note that compensation may vary depending on the insomnia clinical trial you are enrolled in.
Please call us at (386) 785-2400 if you have any other questions.
Signs and Symptoms of Insomnia
Insomnia can occur in two different forms: primary and secondary insomnia. With primary insomnia, you are experiencing difficulty sleeping, but it is not the result of any other underlying mental or health condition. However, people who suffer from secondary insomnia experience problems sleeping as a result of another issue, such as heartburn, depression or arthritis.
You may suffer different symptoms and be given different treatments depending on the type of insomnia you are suffering from. If you are worried that you or someone you know may be living with insomnia, some signs and symptoms you should look out for are:
- Trouble with concentration and memory
- Exhaustion throughout the day
- Trouble falling asleep
- Waking up multiple times during the night and struggling to go back to sleep
- Feeling of being tired when waking up in the morning
If you are exhibiting any of these signs and symptoms, you should see your doctor to see if you are living with insomnia and what you can do to manage it.
Please Note: If you have any questions about our insomnia clinical trials or other research studies at Avail Clinical Research, please call us at (386) 785-2400. Our office hours are from 7 AM to 5 PM every weekday.