About- Insomnia is a sleep disorder of difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. 
Insomnia Anxiety
Insomnia Attention problem
Insomnia Daytime fatigue or sleepiness
Insomnia Depression
Insomnia Difficulty falling asleep
Insomnia Difficulty focusing on tasks
Insomnia Irritability
Insomnia Memory problem
Insomnia Not feeling well-rested after a night's sleep
Insomnia Waking up during the night or too early in the morning
Insomnia Acid-reflux disease (GERD)
Insomnia Alzheimer's disease
Insomnia An uncomfortable sleep environment
Insomnia Angina
Insomnia Anxiety disorders
Insomnia Arthritis
Insomnia Asthma
Insomnia Bipolar disorder
Insomnia Brain lesions
Insomnia Brain tumors
Insomnia Cancer
Insomnia Chronic fatigue syndrome
Insomnia Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Insomnia Chronic pain
Insomnia Congestive heart failure
Insomnia Consumption of Caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol in the late afternoon or evening 
Insomnia Depression
Insomnia Diabetes
Insomnia Eating too much late in the evening 
Insomnia Frequently changing shifts
Insomnia Heart disease
Insomnia High level of stress
Insomnia Hyperthyroidism
Insomnia Irregular bedtime schedule
Insomnia Jet lag from traveling across multiple time zones
Insomnia Mental health disorders
Insomnia Naps
Insomnia Obstructive sleep disorders
Insomnia Parkinson's disease
Insomnia Psychotic disorders
Insomnia Restless legs syndrome
Insomnia Side effects of certain medications
Insomnia Stimulating activities before bed
Insomnia Stroke
Insomnia Using the bed for work
Insomnia Watching TV. Computers, video games, smartphones, or other screens just before bed
Insomnia Working a late or early shift
Specialists to visit
Insomnia Clinical Psychologist
Insomnia General Physician
Insomnia Psychiatrist
Insomnia Sleep Medicine specialist

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