Insomnia - Chronic Diseases

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Overview

Trouble falling or staying asleep is often characterized as insomnia. There are two main forms of insomnia: primary and secondary. A patient with primary insomnia indicates that trouble falling or staying asleep is not related or associated with other health conditions or medical problems, while a patient with secondary insomnia suffers from the condition as a result of a health ailment or condition, such as depression or medication. Insomnia affects many people in different ways, and a variety of symptoms can indicate the sleeping disorder, such as:

  • Waking up tired and not refreshed
  • Waking too early, regardless of a late bedtime
  • Frequently waking up throughout the night and having trouble falling back asleep
  • Despite being tired, trouble falling asleep at bedtime
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