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Habitual sleeplessness; inability to sleep,
  1. Habitual sleeplessness; inability to sleep

  1. an inability to sleep; chronic sleeplessness
  2. Insomnia is a symptom that can accompany several sleep, medical and psychiatric disorders, characterized by persistent difficulty falling asleep and/or difficulty staying asleep. Insomnia is typically followed by functional impairment while awake.
  3. Insomnia is a 1997 Norwegian thriller film about a police detective investigating a murder in a town located above the Arctic Circle. The investigation goes horribly wrong when he mistakenly shoots his partner and subsequently attempts to cover up his bungle. ...
  4. Insomnia is a 2002 American thriller film directed by Christopher Nolan and stars Al Pacino, Robin Williams, and Hilary Swank. It is a remake of the 1997 film of the same name. The film was released on 24 May 2002.
  5. Insomnia is a rock band based in Kolkata, West Bengal. The band's repertoire includes both English and Bangla songs. The band has an album each in English (Cry of the Spirit - self released) and Bangla (Proloyer Shomoye - Asha Audio). ...
  6. "Insomnia" is the lead single from Craig David's compilation album, Greatest Hits.
  7. "Insomnia" is a song recorded by British dance group Faithless. Released as the band's second single, it became one of their most successful. It was released in 1995 and became a hit in Dance Charts while peaking at #27 in the UK in 1995 and #3 in 1996 . ...
  8. "Insomnia" is a song by Feeder, released as the second single from their album Yesterday Went Too Soon. It reached #22 in the UK charts and was at the time Feeder's fourth consecutive single to reach the Top 40.
  9. a sleeping disorder that is known for its symptoms of unrest and the inability to sleep
  10. Difficulty in going to sleep or getting enough sleep.
  11. a pattern of sleep disturbances, and a set of symptoms often related to more specific sleep disorders or medical conditions. Literally, a lack of sleep or sleep deprivation.
  12. the inability to sleep applied to the general complaint of having trouble falling or staying asleep; insomnia is a symptom usually caused by underlying problems. See also transient, short-term, chronic, and sleep onset insomnia.
  13. Insomnia is not being able to fall asleep or stay asleep for the night.
  14. inability to sleep or to remain asleep throughout the night.
  15. Prolonged and usually abnormal inability to obtain adequate sleep.
  16. difficulty with falling asleep or staying asleep
  17. complaint describing difficulty in sleeping.
  18. Being awake when you want to be asleep. Often thought of as a problem,but may not be. Common if people try to spend too long in bed.
  19. The inability to follow what is regarded as a normal sleep pattern.
  20. Most common sleep disorder. Characterized by trouble sleeping on a regular basis, insomnia does not allow the rest the brain needs to function optimally. Depression, excessive daytime sleep, alcohol, food, and caffeine are some of the many causes. ...
  21. difficulty obtaining sufficient, restorative sleep. Insomnia is not a disease itself but a symptom of an underlying condition. Night sweats are a common cause of sleep disturbances in menopausal women.
  22. is a sleep disorder. It refers to being unable to fall asleep or the problem of too-early waking. Everyone experiences periods of insomnia in life. If these periods are prolonged and you feel daytime sleepiness, however, it is recommended that you consult a physician.
  23. Inability to sleep at all, or sleeping for only a few hours (and being unable to go back to sleep after arousing in the middle of the night); Commonly used to indicate any and all gradations and types of sleep loss
  24. Defined as difficulty sleeping. Generally, there are 3 types of insomnia, transient, acute and chronic.
  25. Inability to sleep, abnormal wakefulness.   Insomnia or restlessness is often experienced during the onset of acute attacks of porphyria.