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Synonyms for insomniac

someone who cannot sleep

experiencing or accompanied by sleeplessness

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Understanding the behavioural patterns and preferences of the kind of audience that Paese Cosmetics wants to reach in India, Insomniacs Digital Agency aims to create a communication strategy that reflects the ethos of the brand.
Washington DC [USA], October 28 ( ANI ): If your parents or grandparents are insomniac then you may ask them to drink montmorency tart cherry juice, as according to a recent study it may help to extend their sleep time by 84 minutes.
Some patients said "they've been told for years they had an overactive bladder, but [they] acted more like insomniacs and vice versa," she said at the annual meeting of the American Urogyneco-logic Society.
The insomniac flies do sleep very little--only an hour a day, compared with about 12 hours a day for normal flies.
She cites studies showing that CBT rarely increases sleep time significantly and that the work involved in participating in it often leaves insomniacs more dispirited than before they started.
Until then, stay up late with the Insomniacs at their gigs.
RESEARCH FINDING: Adult insomniacs have quite often been poor sleepers as children.
Following acknowledgments (x), contributor biographies (xi-xiii), and forwards by Fiach MacConghail, Ion Caramitru, and Andrei Marinescu (xv-xxi), this volume contains four plays translated by Andrei Marinescu: Lia Bugnar, adapted by Michael Collins, "Bones for Otto" (1-23); Mimi Bransescu, adapted by Christian O'Reilly, "Insomniacs: The Far Side of the Accordion" (24-87); Petre Barbu, adapted by Paul Meade, "Our Father Who Art in the Supermarket" (88-149); and Gianina Carbunariu, adapted by Paul Meade, "Stop the Tempo!" (150-184).
It had been assumed, perhaps unkindly, that the flagship current affairs programme would end its days watched by insomniacs in the graveyard slot on a Sunday night.
People in Northern Ireland are most likely to use herbal remedies, while in the North West insomniacs prefer to rely on a milky drink.
Also on Estrus is the new one from the Insomniacs, Switched On!
PHILADELPHIA -- A population-based study of insomniacs and normal controls is the first to demonstrate that people who have insomnia frequently engage in more inappropriate sleep hygiene practices than do noninsomniacs, Catherine Jefferson said at the annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies.
PHILADELPHIA -- A population-based study of insomniacs and normal controls is the first to demonstrate that people with insomnia frequently engage in more inappropriate sleep hygiene practices than do noninsomniacs, Catherine Jefferson said at the annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies.
THIS superior American cop show is back for a ninth season,but only insomniacs and night shift workers would know.