An entire town, for example, is afflicted with insomnia at one point in the novel.
Difficulty making decisions, short and long term memory loss, insomnia, lingering fatigue, or an inability to control emotions.
He suffers from insomnia and difficulty in breathing, rage and survivor's guilt.
Short-term, they include teeth grinding, dehydration, anxiety, insomnia, fever, and loss of appetite.
So was insomnia, Batman Begins, The Prestige, The Dark Knight, Inception, and The Dark Knight Rises.
Mr Hare told me you complained of insomnia, and there is no surer way of losing your health.
The dry, the almost sandy sensation of insomnia was upon her.
But I fancy I have given her a fit of insomnia that will enable her to share her daughter's vigils.
But it is good fun, if exhausting, and a sovereign cure for insomnia.
"insomnia is one of the most unaccountable things," said Ghisleri, in a meditative tone.
insomnia in·som·ni·a (ĭn-sŏm'nē-ə)
Chronic inability to fall asleep or remain asleep for an adequate length of time.
A persistent and prolonged inability to sleep.