INSOMNIA

Insomnia is considered to be a complicated situation in which one is not able to fall asleep or stay asleep. People who are experiencing insomnia are dissatisfied with their sleeping pattern. They feel this constant unease at the time when they are supposed to sleep. Like all other disorders, insomnia also has its symptoms which help in identifying if one is experiencing it. Mostly for such state the symptoms are low energy, fatigue, mood disturbances, difficulty concentrating and poor or ineffective performances at school or work. This disorder is affecting millions of people in the worldwide. It can lead to sleeping during daytime and constant feeling of being mentally and physically sick. Not only that, it can also cause to develop other chronic diseases in the people. According to the report of National Sleep Foundation (NSF), 30-40% of American adults are found to experience the symptoms of insomnia and 10-15% of American adults tend to have chronic insomnia. And more than half of the population of this world is reported to have atleast one symptom of insomnia. Moreover, 63% of women also experience atleast one of the symptoms every second night in a week. Transient insomnia, acute insomnia and chronic insomnia are three major types of insomnias which are being observed in different individuals. Transient insomnia is the one which happens when the disturbances and symptoms continue to appear till three consecutive nights. Acute insomnia is a short-term insomnia in which the symptoms continue to appear for several weeks. Chronic insomnia is a long-term insomnia which lasts for several months or years. Chronic insomnia can also occur because of the other problems or disorders which make it really difficult to detect the root cause. Insomnia is reported more among women than men that can lead to memory problems and reduction in the response time.

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