One night with insomnia

by Martin Reed on 25 July 2011 in insomnia information

We like to use this blog not only to share the latest insomnia news and research, but to educate people about what insomnia really is. We’re going to start this week by sharing a night in the life of an insomniac.

Highlights include watching everyone else fall asleep, being unable to fall asleep even when tired, tossing and turning in bed, being unable to concentrate on reading or watching TV, listening to the radio, playing on the computer, going for a walk, going back to bed and still being unable to sleep.

The full story can be found behind the source link below. Now imagine experiencing that every single night.

Source: Thought Catalog

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Mike Hooker August 3, 2011 at 1:00 pm

Great story! I know exactly how the writer felt. I’ve been there many times myself. It’s a horrible way to live.

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