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an inability to sleep

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And when questioned, a quarter of Welsh people with insomnia admitted they had taken sleeping remedies for more than a month, without getting advice.
SLEEP experts on Tyneside say that more than one third of people in the UK are likely to experience acute insomnia each year.
HIV-positive people with depression and those with wider waists ran a higher risk of insomnia (difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep) in a study of people cared for by the US military healthcare system.
Do not prescribe drugs as first-line therapy for insomnia.
The clinically oriented reference on evaluating and treating insomnia in a primary care setting has been well enough received over the five years since it was published, that an updated and expanded edition was deemed appropriate.
The value of insomnia market in the world is likely to reach [pounds sterling]3.
A specific technique embracing visualization of a garden scene; letting go of problems; and a special place visualization, is described and its application to the problem of insomnia illustrated by means of 3 case studies (2 males, 43 and 22 yrs of age and 1 female, aged 37 yrs).
Insomnia is a sleep disorder that may occur acutely and dissipate or may become a vexing chronic disorder.
Eszopiclone or an intermediate-acting benzodiazepine (eg, estazolam, temazepam) would be appropriate for insomnia that is predominantly associated with sleep maintenance.
Restful Insomnia: How to Get the Benefits of Sleep Even When You Can't" is a collection of tips for fighting the insomnia that affects many Americans.
Insomnia resolved in 25% of the children, improved in an additional 60%, remained unchanged in 13%, became worse in 1%, and was not determined in 1%.
The Insomnia Workbook: A Comprehensive Guide to Getting the Sleep You Need" is a solid guide to combating insomnia.
A new strain of fruit flies bred to have trouble getting shut-eye may open researchers' eyes to the genetic causes of insomnia.
Patients with insomnia who are diagnosed with accompanying mental health ailments often are not prescribed medication that will help them sleep--which then could make related anxiety or depression worse, suggests research from Ohio State University, Columbus.