Types of Insomnia
Causes of Insomnia
Randy Gardner Stanford Experiment
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One of the most famous experiments regarding sleep deprivation was about a man named Randy Gardner who decided to stay up for 11 nights in order to see the effect on his body.
Some of the effects include:
As mentioned before, Insomnia entails that an individual lacks the ability to sleep soundly.
Additionally, Insomnia also entails symptoms such as Depression, Anxiety, or even a general lack of concentration.
Insomnia is also known to affect people of all ages but is most commonly see...
There are three fundamentally different types of Insomnia all of which affect people differently
The first type is known as Transient Insomnia which means that the general lack of sleep only lasts for less than a week.
The second type is known as Acute Insomni...
There are various different situations and events that could potentially lead to Insomnia. Some of the common ones include:
As can be seen, Insomnia is one of the most difficult disorders to deal with. Since Insomnia leads to disorders like Anxiety and Depression, it becomes a loop that is hard to put an end to.
Due to the fact that it also has no known cure, it becomes even mor...
Insomnia is one of the more common afflictions to affect the world seeing as there are more than 3 million cases each year.
Insomnia itself can be characterized by a general lack of sleep.
Insomnia can be diagnosed in several different ways, however, the most common ways are as follows:
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Insomnia is one of the most deadly disorders that have a vast array of different impacts. With this, I hope to provide new insight into the disorder and the different impacts that it can have.
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