Translation of insomnia in Spanish:

insomnia

insomnio, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈsɑmniə//ɪnˈsɒmnɪə/

noun

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    insomnio masculine
    to suffer from insomnia sufrir de / padecer insomnio
    • True insomnia, the inability to get to sleep or maintain sleep is actually fairly rare.
    • So you need to get checked out by a good doctor who knows something about sleep and insomnia.
    • Maybe you suffer from insomnia and barely sleep a wink every night.
    • Lack of sleep caused by insomnia is linked to accidents both on the road and on the job.
    • Stress can also lead to insomnia, and poor health is just one side effect from lack of sleep.
    • Other end points of interest were prevention of headache, nausea, insomnia, and dizziness.
    • Fact sheets are on topics such as restless legs syndrome, insomnia, and sleep apnoea.
    • Depression and anxiety are the two most frequent psychiatric causes of insomnia.
    • Caffeine has been linked with an array of health issues including insomnia, anxiety and stress incontinence.
    • Experts say that lack of sleep may cause insomnia in children as well as chronic diseases.
    • Diagnoses ranged from anxiety, insomnia, and depression to psychosomatic disorders.
    • A lot of people with insomnia have something called sleep state misperception.
    • Chronic insomnia occurs most nights and lasts three or more weeks.
    • I suffered from insomnia last night and slept in fits and spurts throughout the day.
    • Symptoms and general pathology covered problems such as pain and insomnia.
    • The most common side effects, however, are relatively minor, with insomnia and dry mouth the commonest.
    • Too much food also leads to poor sleep patterns, insomnia and weak nerves.
    • Now stress and anxiety are obvious factors in causing insomnia but insomnia is insidious.
    • Sedative drugs taken at higher doses can often act as hypnotics in those suffering from insomnia.
    • People with fibromyalgia appear to be more likely to have sleeping problems, such as insomnia, than usual.