Insomniac disorder is one of the most common complaints in general practise, affecting a significant percentage of the population on a situational, intermittent, or persistent basis. Dissatisfaction with sleep period or consistency, as well as difficulty initiating or sustaining sleep, are common symptoms, as are significant depression and impairments in daytime functioning . It poses a serious threat to public health. It's a common disorder that causes significant deterioration of activity and quality of life, as well as mental and physical morbidity and injuries. As a result, it's important to have adequate care in clinical practise. Adults in the range of 30% to 50% are affected [2,3].