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And anyone suffering from chronic insomnia should avoid daytime naps. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Research to be published this summer will suggest they risk chronic insomnia. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Those who suffer withdrawal insomnia say it is the most difficult symptom to cope with. Coming Off Tranquillizers and Sleeping Pills (1991)They have been known to cause insomnia in users. The Sun (2009)Do you suffer from headaches or insomnia? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Others praised him for seeking help for his chronic insomnia. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One in five people suffer with insomnia at some point in their lives. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Stress is a key cause of insomnia. The Sun (2007)Only those suffering from chronic insomnia would give that the green light. The Sun (2014)It is white powder and causes insomnia. The Sun (2012)He would take sleeping tablets in an attempt to defeat his chronic insomnia. The Sun (2009)He had dark circles under his eyes caused by insomnia and malnutrition. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale (2007)Its effects include an energy rush with potential palpitations, insomnia and anxiety. The Sun (2010)He seemed very well and quite recovered from his headaches and insomnia '. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)In theory, a fair few of the conjoined suffer from insomnia. Times, Sunday Times (2013)By night he suffered from insomnia, which resulted in a tendency to nod off after dinner. WHEN SCOTLAND RULED THE WORLD: The Story of the Golden Age of Genius, Creativity and Exploration (2002)She no longer gives interviews, and has been suffering from chronic insomnia. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Money worries are the most common cause of insomnia, followed by job stress and family worries. The Sun (2009)The vitamin affects the skin and the muscular tissue, and its sedative effect helps insomnia and anxiety. The Vitamin Fact Finder (1987)I began to have chest pains, then insomnia. Christianity Today (2000)A larger study last year on 43 student nurses found that it eased anxiety and reduced insomnia. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Other symptoms can include racing thoughts, irritability, anxiety and insomnia. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Victims of bullying are also more likely to suffer from insomnia, abdominal pain, loss of appetite and headaches. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'insomnia'
British English: insomnia /ɪnˈsɒmnɪə/ NOUN
Someone who suffers from insomnia finds it difficult to sleep.
- American English: insomnia
- Arabic: أَرَقٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: insônia
- Chinese: 失眠
- Croatian: nesanica
- Czech: nespavost
- Danish: søvnløshed
- Dutch: slapeloosheid
- European Spanish: insomnio
- Finnish: unettomuus
- French: insomnie
- German: Schlaflosigkeit
- Greek: αϋπνία
- Italian: insonnia
- Japanese: 不眠症
- Korean: 불면증
- Norwegian: søvnløshet
- Polish: bezsenność
- European Portuguese: insónia
- Romanian: insomnie
- Russian: бессонница
- Spanish: insomnio
- Swedish: sömnlöshet
- Thai: โรคนอนไม่หลับ
- Turkish: uykusuzluk
- Ukrainian: безсоння
- Vietnamese: chứng mất ngủ
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