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- n. The property of being sleepless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Lack or deprivation of sleep; inability to sleep; morbid wakefulness, technically called insomnia.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a temporary state in which you are unable (or unwilling) to sleep
Yes, even if u dont get any sleep, that sleeplessness is enough to remind u of ur state of mind and that something needs to be settled.
Not only does it make you look tired and unhealthy, but long-term sleeplessness can damage your health.
It is, however, worth noticing how prevalent sleeplessness is among a class of women who have never practiced any self-indulgence or allowed any relief to their desires.
She says that as a parent you don't have time to be miserable: It can be hard – the sleeplessness is the worst part – but you are too busy to get depressed.
If the sleeplessness is a result of indigestion a plain diet will relieve.
For a little while Donald lay awake under the eaves in his loft room, but his sleeplessness was the result neither of worry or nervous tension.
According to scientists, the key to sleeplessness is to force bad sleepers to spend less time in bed.
We can help them talk through the feelings that they have, what they may be experiencing such as sleeplessness, a high level of anxiety, being very jumpy, reliving the experience by having images of what happened.
But if more general symptoms appear, such as sleeplessness and heat in the head, cooling of the head is required.
The fight against insomnia which we discussed referred only to that sleeplessness which is itself an expression of the disease.
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