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Insomnia is the most common sleep complaint in the United States. As you may know, insomnia means having trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or waking up far too early without falling back to sleep. Loosing precious sleep makes it hard to function — and feel your best — during the day.
While almost everyone has an occasional night of poor sleep, about 10% of adults have long-term (chronic) insomnia. This can wreck havoc not only on your sleep and health, but it can also interfere with personal relationships, job performance and daily life.
People who have insomnia have more car, work and home accidents.*
Common symptoms of insomnia include:
- trouble falling asleep or staying asleep
- variable sleep, such as several nights of poor sleep followed by a night of better sleep
- daytime fatigue or sleepiness
Common side effects of insomnia include:
- poor concentration
- reduced motivation or energy
- increased errors or accidents
- ongoing worry about sleep
*iPubMed.gov, “Insomnia and accidents: cross-sectional study (EQUINOX) on sleep-related home, work and car accidents in 5293 subjects with insomnia from 10 countries,” Insomnia and accidents, accessed 8/6/14.