Examples of insomnia in a Sentence
has suffered from insomnia virtually his entire life
Recent Examples of insomnia from the Web
After a frightening breast cancer diagnosis at 43 years old, Julia Newmark was overwhelmed with anxiety and suffered from insomnia.
The teen is seeking damages due to emotional stress causing nausea, discomfort and insomnia and monetary compensation.
French doctors, noticing that passengers almost invariably fell asleep on long plane flights, also suggested air travel might work as a treatment for chronic insomnia, a news dispatch from Paris reported.
People receiving chemotherapy are often plagued by insomnia at night and excessive drowsiness during the day.
Weed may shorten my life by hurting my lungs — but endless insomnia might have shortened it more.
The study included more than 3,700 insomnia patients in the United Kingdom.
The one good thing to be said about the Necks’ debut album is that a cure for chronic insomnia has finally been invented.
Like virtually everyone subject to solitary, Walker developed severe mental disorders including insomnia, acute emotional distress, and uncontrollable body tremors.
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