Insomnia in adults - What are the symptoms of insomnia?
BMJ Group Medical Reference
If you have
insomnia (poor-quality sleep), you may find it hard to fall asleep or to stay asleep, or both.
The three main types of sleep disturbance are:
Difficulty falling asleep. This is the most common problem
Difficulty staying asleep. Older people are more likely to have this problem
Early morning awakening. You may wake up early and be unable to get back to sleep. This problem is less common.
You could also have problems during the day because you haven't had
enough sleep. You may: Citations
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January 29, 2013
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