Insomnia is treated by sleep specialists as a completely different condition from obstructive sleep apnea. Similar to how sleep problem is now considered a “co-morbid” condition to depression and various other medical conditions, insomnia is now beginning to be considered a “co-morbid” condition alongside obstructive sleep apnea. I’ve interviewed Dr. Barry Krakow in the past on upper airway resistance syndrome and complex insomnia (click here for the interviews; search for Krakow). Here’s a must-read interview that was just published in Sleep Review Magazine. The magazine interviews Dr. Krakow on complex insomnia and how everyone with severe insomnia should also be considered for a possible sleep-breathing disorder.