What is the treatment for insomnia? Insomnia is not sleeping at night . It has spread and worsened, especially in this modern era, and it is not more beneficial or more effective than the purified prophetic prescriptions for treating this disease, and after we entered the vast field of the year I brought you the following medicines, so eat them, drink, and feed the miserable poor . Al-Tirmidhi narrated in his Sunnah that Buraidah said : Khaled complained to the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, and said : O Messenger of God ! I never sleep at night from insomnia, so the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said : If I go to your bed, say : O God, Lord of the seven heavens and what I have remained, and Lord of the two earths and what I have lowered, and the Lord of the demons and what I have remained, be to me a neighbor from the evil of your creation all of them that one of them should abandon me. Or he desires me, the glory of your neighbor, the glory of your praise, and there is no god but you . Al-Tirmidhi said : This is a hadith whose chain of transmission is not strong . However, this hadith is supported by what he was teaching them of fear : I seek refuge in the perfect words of God from His anger and punishment, the evil of His servants, and the whims of demons, and I seek refuge in You, Lord, to attend . And it was also mentioned in a narration by Ibn al-Sunni, that Zaid bin Thabit, may God be pleased with him, complained about insomnia to the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, and said to him : Say : O God, the stars are deceived, and the eyes have calmed down, and you are alive and live, do not sleep. O neighborhood, O Qayyum, calm down. Night, and sleep my eyes . He said it, so I go to God Almighty to do what he found . Abdullah bin Amr ibn al-Aas, may God be pleased with him, used to teach them from the mind of his sons, and whoever did not understand his books, then commented on it, and it is not apparent the relevance of this excuse to treat this disease . See : Zad al- Ma`ad by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah : 4/212.