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Given the flood of studies, warnings, features and books about it, insomnia may come to define our age the way nostalgia defined the Romantics.

Anxiety disorders, insomnia, and dementia were the most common diagnoses.

The app has emerged as a national pastime, with some using it to research where their dates live or provide an escape from the pandemic blues, or as something to scroll through during bouts of insomnia.

I’ve battled insomnia my entire adult life, going through phases where it’ll be hard to fall asleep for months on end.

The best things I bought in AugustRachel SchallomAugust 30, 2020Fortune

Neuralink is working on a kind of brain-computer interface that it hopes will one day help restore brain functions in humans with disorders like blindness, seizures, and insomnia.

In his rich gush of friendship he recurred to the subject of my insomnia with a new-born enthusiasm.

In all such cases there is a marked tendency to insomnia present.

Sleep and Its DerangementsWilliam A. Hammond

There are nervous persons troubled with insomnia who admit that their sleeplessness was in the beginning voluntary.

This is especially true of certain cases of insomnia which the patient reports as follows.

PsychoanalysisAndr Tridon

"He suffers so from insomnia, I don't blame him," answered Pen.

Still JimHonor Willsie Morrow

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