The dry, the almost sandy sensation of insomnia was upon her.
But it is good fun, if exhausting, and a sovereign cure for insomnia.
"He suffers so from insomnia, I don't blame him," answered Pen.
What the world lost by this insomnia of the dreamer the world will never know.
Let us now consider the case of a person suffering from insomnia.
"No, I have insomnia—it's something dreadful the way I have it," he explained.
Insomnia was prevalent, and gray hairs increased and multiplied.
What months of insomnia must he not have suffered from the perusal of Shakespeare's works!
He suffered from terrible headaches, followed by nights of insomnia.
If he were asleep—and he was not troubled with insomnia—he was still company.