insomniac


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insomniac

[in′säm·nē‚ak]
(medicine)
A person who is susceptible to insomnia.
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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.
The map size is probably four to six times that of 'Sunset Overdrive,'" Insomniac community director (http://www.
This is a Ratchet and Clank best of, with all those weird, wacky and wonderful ideas Insomniac has put into the franchise over the years fused into one title.
Recently, Insomniac Games took to Twitter to clear the air on why Sunset Overdrive is only for Xbox One, and what it may mean for future titles.
A National Institutes of Health-supported study found that literally cooling the brain's frontal cortex--lowering its metabolism by inducing "cerebral hypothermia" with a soft, water-filled plastic "cooling cap"--helps insomniacs drift off nearly as quickly, then sleep as long, as non-insomniacs.
based Insomniac in 1993 as a high school student, was a kingpin in Southern California's EDM market.
Previous Insomniac titles include Spyro the Dragon, Ratchet & Clank and Resistance.
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