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Symptoms of Insomnia Disorder

Insomnia disorder can manifest in various symptoms, including difficulty falling asleep, frequent awakenings during the night, and feeling tired despite a full night's sleep.

  • 08 Feb 2024
  • 2 min read

If you are not getting a good night's sleep regularly, it may lead to a disorder called insomnia. Insomnia disorder is characterised by difficulty falling asleep, waking up in between, and low-quality sleep. This can significantly affect the daily productivity of an individual. In this article, we’ll explore the various insomnia symptoms.

What are the Symptoms of Insomnia Disorder?

Insomnia disease symptoms may vary from mild restlessness to harsh mental and motor instability.
The main insomnia symptoms include the following:

  • Not able to fall asleep easily during bedtime or taking a long time to fall asleep.
  • Frequently waking up in between sleep.
  • Not getting good quality sleep.
  • Not able to fall asleep again in the night after waking up in between.
  • Falling asleep late at night and waking up too early.
  • Feeling tired even after a full night's sleep.
  • Mood disturbances and getting irritated very easily.
  • Not able to be focussed during work or while driving, facing sleeplessness symptoms
  • Issues with remembering things.
  • Feeling depressed just due to not being focused at work.
  • Increased anxiousness about small things.
  • Feeling light headache all the time.
  • Slow response to any action in the surrounding area.
  • Slow thinking while working.
  • Higher number of errors during work or enhanced mistakes in daily activities.

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Insomnia symptoms might be associated with considerable work distraction and even regular daily activities. Short-term insomnia might occur due to stress or any change in sleep environment, but long-term chronic insomnia may occur more than 3 times a week and can go on until 3 months. Insomnia can be treated with regular practice of good bedtime habits.

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