Condition: Insomnia

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About Insomnia

Insomnia is defined as an inability to sleep. Patients experience both difficulty falling asleep and difficulty remaining asleep. Sometimes insomnia is a symptom of a larger medical or psychiatric disorder. The condition varies in severity. Transient insomnia lasts a week or less. Acute insomnia lasts between a week and a month. Chronic insomnia lasts for longer than a month. Symptoms of Insomnia aside from inability to sleep include poor immune function, lower cognitive function, depression, high blood pressure and weight problems. Treatments of insomnia include over the counter or prescription medication, and lifestyle changes.

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mind won't shut down and anxiety increases the longer I am awake7/10/2017 at 12:35 PM
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Last updated on Jun 15 2019 at 06:48
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