Translation of insomniac in Spanish:

insomniac

insomne, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈsɒmnɪak//ɪnˈsɑmniˌæk/

noun

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    insomne masculine
    persona que sufre de insomnio feminine
    • Only a minority of insomniacs ever mentions sleep loss to a doctor, though, and then it's only in the context of other problems more likely to get addressed.
    • Forget counting sheep - insomniacs count sleep, jealously, obsessively, the way some women count calories.
    • Voice acting by many of the original cast members, or at least pretty good facsimiles, a fine soundtrack, groovy graphics, all complemented by gameplay that could drop a hardcore insomniac into blissful sleep inside of an hour.
    • It can help manage the hot flushes that many menopausal women complain of and can also help insomniacs get a better night's sleep.
    • He appears to be assuming that we're all getting 8 hours of sleep, yet he's on record as a terrible insomniac.
    • Looking at the comments and trackbacks, it seems clear that they're much more consistent during the day and night - which probably reflects a fairly international audience (or a lot of insomniacs and filthy drunks).
    • Call me an insomniac; I only sleep a few hours a day if that.
    • Christian Bale, who shed 50 pounds, stars as an insomniac who hasn't slept for a year and fears that they may be out to get him.
    • A new survey says insomniacs suffer from an abundance of happiness or creativity, but sleep deprivation isn't usually a reason to be cheerful.
    • Or, to put a positive spin on that idea, you might consider life as something that happens when you can't get to sleep - ergo, insomniacs live life to a greater degree.
    • Imagine, two PhD-chasing buckos arrived at the oh so-obvious conclusion that most English football matches would put an insomniac to sleep.
    • An insomniac who sleeps only three to four hours a night, her energy was legendary.
    • An insomniac who hasn't slept for over a year, he finds himself drawn into a crazy world of delusion and paranoia, where conspiracy theories start taking over his life.
    • Placidyl is a ‘sedative-hypnotic’ developed to help insomniacs sleep.
    • A new study by MIT scientists and colleagues confirms that melatonin is an effective sleep aid for older insomniacs and others.
    • The insomniac is unable to get sufficient sleep for their daily needs.
    • But peace comes like sleep does to an insomniac.
    • Many a night shift has been spent watching these thirty minute slots of idiots trying to sell insomniacs, TV addicts, drunks and shift workers the answers to non-existent problems.
    • Always an insomniac, he'd been short of sleep for weeks.
    • The Welsh residents were most likely to have trouble sleeping, unlike those in Newcastle, and the researchers reported: ‘Wales is a nation of insomniacs.’