insomnia

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an inability to sleep

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Using SWAN study data, she also attempted to tease out factors that might increase a woman's risk for chronic insomnia.
Epidemiologists used comprehensive country-specific data from population-based studies published in peer-reviewed journal articles to arrive at a meaningful, in-depth analysis and forecast for the total prevalent cases of acute insomnia, chronic insomnia (not fulfilling DSM-IV criteria), chronic primary insomnia, and chronic secondary insomnia in the 7MM, based on the DSM-IV criteria.
Krakow and his team studied 1210 patients who suffered from chronic insomnia of which 899 were using sleep aids (OTC or prescription or both), and all were failing pharmacotherapy.
Insomnia Television presenter Gail Porter has suffered from potentially life-shortening chronic insomnia for years with Dr Craig Lennox THE 41-year-old Scot has battled well-publicised problems with mental illness, addiction to alcohol and complete hair loss, but continues to endure the nightly torture of insomnia.
As chronic insomnia leads to an increased risk of developing major depression, researchers are seeking to find out more about how the transition from acute to chronic insomnia takes place in order to prevent this.
It's all rendered in eye-popping 3D and centres around Danny, an unfortunate character suffering chronic insomnia.
Chronic insomnia can be one of the most challenging problems in a primary care practice.
A staggering 30% of Americans suffer from chronic insomnia, (1) while approximately 60 million experience problems falling asleep in a given year.
The New York team is headed up by Detective Mac Taylor, (Gary Sinise: Forrest Gump, Apollo 13), a no nonsense ex-Marine Major who is traumatised by the death of wife in the 9/11 attacks on the city and suffers from chronic insomnia.
Daniel Buysse, at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, led a research team that found that a few short visits and phone calls with a nurse as part of a brief behavioral treatment helped overcome chronic insomnia among older adults.
SAN ANTONIO -- Chronic insomnia is an independent risk factor for all-cause mortality, conferring a threefold increased risk, according to data from the landmark Wisconsin Sleep Cohort Study.
Paterson reported on 12 adults, average age 43 years, with primary chronic insomnia of more than 1 year's duration.
Chronic insomnia has a surprising number of individual and societal consequences, which far exceed being a nuisance.
He said greed and chronic insomnia were the problems the global system faced, but Islamic finance could dampen these down.
In addition to feeling drowsy and irritable with trouble concentrating during the day, chronic insomnia can eventually lead to lowered immunity, dysfunctional carbohydrate metabolism, slowed thyroid hormone production, decreased glucose tolerance, and elevated levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
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