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Chronic insomnia with short slee ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 11:44pm Chronic insomnia with short sleep duration is a significant risk factor for hypertension Findings suggest that chronic insomnia is a major public health concern, and its diagnosis and appropriate treatment should become the target of public health policy Westchester, Ill., 02 april 2009 — A study in the April 1 issue of the journal SLEEP is ... Read on »
Sleep Disorder of Chronic Insomnia by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 29 Jan 2008 12:59pm People that suffer from the sleep disorder of chronic insomnia must decide whether or not they are going to take a sleep medication. This decision is usually made with their physician. Many people decide to take a sleeping pill because it offers relief from the symptoms of their sleep disorder and the extreme sleepiness they are always feeling. T ... Read on »
Chronic Insomnia by Philip T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 24 Jun 2008 5:07pm Chronic insomnia is also known as long-term or hyper-insomnia. Sleep studies show on average that 10% of adults suffer from this condition. Unlike transient and intermittent insomnia, chronic insomnia sufferers rarely experience a good night’s sleep. In fact many chronic insomnia sufferers have suffered for years and even their whole lives. W ... Read on »
Chronic Insomnia by Philip T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 5:33pm April 3rd, 2008 by Phil Chronic insomnia is also known as long-term or hyper-insomnia. Sleep studies show on average that 10% of adults suffer from this condition. Unlike transient and intermittent insomnia, chronic insomnia sufferers rarely experience a good night’s sleep. In fact many chronic insomnia sufferers have suffered for ye ... Read on »
Chronic Insomnia by Philip T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 02 Apr 2008 8:48pm Chronic insomnia is also known as long-term or hyper-insomnia. Sleep studies show on average that 10% of adults suffer from this condition. Unlike transient and intermittent insomnia, chronic insomnia sufferers rarely experience a good night’s sleep. In fact many chronic insomnia sufferers have suffered for years and even their whole lives. ... Read on »
What Is Chronic Insomnia by Shilah C. Azib Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 11:10pm Chronic insomnia is one category of sleep disorders that adults having trouble falling asleep fall into. Insomnia can affect individuals of all ages but occurs mainly in adults. In fact, one in three adults have some difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. Some wake up too early in the morning and then can’t get back to sleep. Insomnia can ... Read on »
Too Much Tension Can Cause Chronic Insomnia by Philip T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 10:08am Stress and tension can build up in our bodies without us even knowing. Telltale signs such as a headache or neck ache might give us indication that we’re under stress, but by this point we are already suffering the effects of stress. Too much stress and tension can be bad for our psychological and physical health and can wreak havoc with sleep ... Read on »
Chronic insomnia is more common than you might think: causes and solutions by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 22 Sep 2009 10:08pm Modern life forces so many of us to live life in the fast lane, mentally and physically. Almost every one of us has more on our plate than can be accomplished in a 24-hour day. As a result, we try to offset the lack of available time with less relaxation, less sleep and very little exercise. The rationale is usually that, if we get everything on o ... Read on »
Chronic Insomnia Can Cause Anxiety and Depression by Linda Posted Sun 30 May 2010 12:00am Do you sleep well? Everyone has a bad night of sleep now and then.  For most people, insomnia lasts only a few days and goes away without treatment. However, factors such as stress can cause a higher level of insomnia that may last for several weeks. This kind of insomnia may not go away on its own, and can lead to both short- and long-term he ... Read on »
Chronic Insomnia by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sun 03 Jun 2012 4:13am Chronic insomnia comes about if somebody seems to have trouble getting to sleep over a span of at the very least three times weekly, for a month or maybe more. An incredibly frequent trigger of chronic insomnia is depressive disorders. Chronic insomnia could be dealt with with drugs, and a knowledge of what the underlying problem is that’s ... Read on »