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- insomnia (n.)
- 1620s, insomnie, from Latin insomnia "want of sleep," from insomnis "sleepless," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + somnus "sleep" (see Somnus). The modern form is from 1758.
- 1. to suffer from insomnia
- 2. Worries and tenseness can lead to insomnia.
- 3. He is suffering from insomnia.
- 4. However, for one in six people insomnia is a continual problem.
- 5. Ten million Americans are seeking medical help for chronic insomnia.
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