insomniac

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insomniac

[in′säm·nē‚ak]
(medicine)
A person who is susceptible to insomnia.
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Since its inception, Insomniacs Digital Agency has been a prevalent name in digital marketing.
Summary: Washington DC [USA], October 28 (ANI): If your parents or grandparents are insomniac then you may ask them to drink montmorency tart cherry juice, as according to a recent study it may help to extend their sleep time by 84 minutes.
Subgroup analysis showed that persistent insomniacs had a higher 3 year cumulative incidence rate of stroke than those with insomnia in remission.
For instance, many good sleepers find reading in bed triggers sleep because they associate it with relaxation, whereas insomniacs use books to divert them from the frustration of being awake.
INVESTIGATION: Presenter Sian Williams NEEDING HELP: The insomniacs
Also prescribed frequently to insomniac patients at ACIM--as it has been by healers around the world for nearly 2,000 years--is the herb valerian.
Some patients said "they've been told for years they had an overactive bladder, but [they] acted more like insomniacs and vice versa," she said at the annual meeting of the American Urogyneco-logic Society.
The insomniac flies do sleep very little--only an hour a day, compared with about 12 hours a day for normal flies.
What is missing from everything I read about insomnia is--the insomniacs," she writes.
Leigh McCar ron of Travelodge said: "Coldplay and Jordan seem to hit just the right spot among Britain's insomniacs.
The Insomniacs have been nominated for a Blues Music Award by The Blues Foundation for its 2007 debut album, "Left Coast Blues.
Adult insomniacs have quite often been poor sleepers as children, and people who are insomniacs are likely to develop depression and use health services more for a variety of reasons.