Examples of insomnia in a Sentence
has suffered from insomnia virtually his entire life
Recent Examples of insomnia from the Web
Personnel attached to the U.S. embassy in Havana developed symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, and insomnia after hearing strange loud sounds or feeling a sensation of pressure.
Acute headaches, neuropathy in my fingers, carpal tunnel syndrome in my wrists, and the hallmark sign of anxiety: insomnia from 4:00 to 6:00 a.m. But there were deeper ones too.
Other symptoms include anxiety, agitation, depression and insomnia.
Half of those on Paxil experienced serious dizziness; 42 percent suffered confusion; and 39 percent, insomnia.
The two had met in a local writers’ group, and when Kennedy experienced a mysterious bout of insomnia and acute pain, Flaherty counseled her not to rush into surgery, and checked in with her every day, listening.
Everything had become such an effort for him: his breathing, his insomnia, and all the additional threescore-and-ten indignities.
Ambien, also known by the generic name zolpidem, is a prescription drug used to treat insomnia that was approved in 1992 by the US Food and Drug Administration.
Cannabis products make grandiose claims for a range of ailments from cancer to depression, from tennis elbow to insomnia.
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INSOMNIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of insomnia for English Language Learners
: the condition of not being able to sleep
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