Chronic Insomnia is a long-term condition that lasts a month or longer. Most common causes are anxiety or depression, chronic stress or unbearable pain and discomfort that occur during the night.
Symptoms of insomnia are:
- Difficulties to fall asleep during night;
- If the person manages to fall asleep, the quality of sleep is light and incomplete;
- Frequent waking up during night sleep and having difficulty to get back to sleep;
- Waking up too early;
- Very often, the patient feels stressed out and restless after waking up;
- Sleepiness during the day and feeling of exhaustion;
- Tiredness and irritability;
Hard time to stay focused and remember things.