Insomnia Treatment in Katy

PIMAH is a top choice for expert Insomnia treatment. Our experienced internal medicine physicians provide comprehensive care tailored to help manage this chronic condition. Regularly serving patients from Katy and surrounding areas including Fulshear, Katy, Sugar Land, Richmond, Cinco Ranch, Memorial, Brookshire, and Cypress.Making an appointment is easy—either online or by calling us at (281) 398 8044. We are conveniently located at 1331 West Grand Parkway North Suite #345, Katy, TX, 77493. Your path to better health can start with PIMAH.

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Physician for Insomnia Treatment

Primary Care & Internal Medicine in Katy, TX.

Dr. Nadia H. Abbasi, MD completed her residency at University of Illinois at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Chicago in 2010. She moved from Chicago to Houston in 2013. Since then she has been practicing in major Houston area hospitals including Houston Methodist Hospital at The Medical Center, Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, Houston Methodist West Hospital, Memorial Hermann Medical Center, and Memorial Hermann Katy, TX. 

Abbasi believes in a patient-physician partnership. She enjoys working with patients to improve quality of life and longevity. She also believes that communicating the importance of risk factor modification and prevention is often the most important contribution she makes to the partnership. She truly enjoys being the patient’s primary physician and working with specialists, as needed, to coordinate the best care for her patients. Dr. Abbasi is accepting new patients.


We are located at1331 West Grand Parkway North Suite #345, Katy, TX, 77493. Being the well-known Internal Medicine Practice in Katy, TX, we serve as your personal health advocate. 

Prioir Appointment and Walk in Welcome

We accept most public and private insurance plans. We also offer special pricing for cash-paying patients for most procedures.

Insomnia Treatment: Information

Understanding Insomnia The Elusive Sleep Thief

Insomnia is characterized by difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or experiencing restorative sleep. It can be categorized as acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term) and is often associated with factors such as stress, anxiety, certain medical conditions, or lifestyle choices. Understanding the root causes and symptoms of insomnia is crucial in developing effective treatment strategies.

Accurate Diagnosis The Foundation of Effective Treatment

At PIMAH, accurate diagnosis is prioritized to provide targeted treatment for insomnia. Experienced providers conduct thorough evaluations, including detailed assessments of sleep patterns, medical history, and potential underlying factors. This ensures an accurate diagnosis and allows for the development of a personalized treatment plan tailored to the individual’s specific needs.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) Rewiring Sleep Patterns

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is a key treatment approach offered at PIMAH. CBT-I aims to identify and address negative thoughts, behaviors, and environmental factors that contribute to insomnia. Through techniques such as sleep hygiene education, stimulus control, and relaxation training, individuals can rewire their sleep patterns, improve sleep quality, and establish healthier sleep habits.

Medication Management Temporary Support if Needed

In certain cases, short-term medication may be prescribed to help manage insomnia symptoms. At PIMAH, we provide prescribing and monitoring sleep aids when appropriate. Medications such as sedative hypnotics or low-dose antidepressants may be used on a temporary basis to help individuals achieve restful sleep while other treatment strategies take effect.

Lifestyle Modifications and Sleep Hygiene Practices

PIMAH emphasizes the importance of lifestyle modifications and sleep hygiene practices in insomnia treatment. At PIMA, we offer guidance on creating a conducive sleep environment, establishing a regular sleep schedule, managing stress, and avoiding stimulating substances like caffeine or electronics before bedtime. By adopting these healthy sleep habits and making positive lifestyle changes, individuals can improve their sleep quality and overall well-being.