Examples of insomnia in a Sentence
has suffered from insomnia virtually his entire life
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After a frightening breast cancer diagnosis at 43 years old, Julia Newmark was overwhelmed with anxiety and suffered from insomnia.
Prozac also brought side effects: insomnia, migraines, nausea, dry mouth, shaking hands.
The National Sleep Foundation recommends taking between two tenths of a milligram and up to five milligrams for insomnia.
Walker recommends something known as CBT-I, or cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia.
People with chronic stress can experience insomnia, lethargy, heart palpitations and frequent colds due to a weakened immune system.
The warning lists several dozen brand-name and generic drugs that could be risky, including Ambien and Lunesta for insomnia, Valium and Xanax for anxiety, muscle relaxers Soma and Zanaflex and antipsychotic drugs Abilify, Invega, Saphris and others.
Damaging them can lead to a persistent, deadly insomnia.
For people with dependence, coming off alcohol or benzodiazepines, which are used to treat anxiety and insomnia, is more life-threatening.
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