inability to sleep


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Related to inability to sleep: sleeplessness, Difficulty sleeping

inability to sleep

Insomnia, see there.
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He explains, "The inability to sleep well also interferes with the body's hormone balance.
An inability to sleep can often be associated with fluctuating blood sugar levels as it's common for people to struggle to sleep when these fall, says Alli Godbold, a nutritional therapist and author of 'Feed Your Health'.
That inability to sleep well the night before a big fishing trip, never knowing what you might find at the end of your line the next day.
The first symptoms we see are physical and begin mild such as chronic headaches, dizziness, inability to sleep, changes in appetite and increased susceptibility to colds.
An inability to sleep appears to be on the rise for everyone, with 20 percent of adults and 19 percent of young people saying they are sleeping less well since the economic crisis began.
They say the inability to sleep results from changing sleeping habits in Ramadan, during which people stay awake the whole night and sleep during the day.
Displaying continuous overexcitement' fearfulness' irritability' or inability to sleep.
So if you are troubled by an inability to sleep, turn you imagination loose down exciting paths of discovery, romance or fast action thrills.
INSOMNIA: Insomnia is the inability to sleep or inability to sleep well at night.
The persistent inability to sleep is considered here a symptom of a number of possible problems, each requiring a different approach to treating or managing.
Battling sentiments of anger, nightmares and the inability to sleep, he had an issue that needed to be dealt with immediately.
He began to drink heavily, forgot entirely his responsibilities in the UK and using the ya-ba resulted in him not sleeping and he was introduced to diazepam as a means to cure his inability to sleep.