Insomnia

Science / Psychiatry / Insomnia: A subjective complaint of difficulty falling or staying asleep or poor sleep quality. Types of insomnia include

Middle Insomnia

Science / Psychiatry / Middle Insomnia: Awakening in the middle of the night followed by eventually falling back to sleep, but with difficulty. MORE

Terminal Insomnia

Science / Psychiatry / Terminal Insomnia: Awakening before ones usual waking time and being unable to return to sleep. MORE

Initial Insomnia

Science / Psychiatry / Initial Insomnia: Difficulty in falling asleep. MORE

Bipolar Disorder

Science / Psychiatry / Bipolar Disorder: An affective disorder characterized by extreme changes in mood ranging from mania to depression. This mood disturbance is also known as manic depression. MORE

Dyssomnia

Science / Psychiatry / Dyssomnia: Primary disorders of sleep or wakefulness characterized by insomnia or hypersomnia as the major presenting symptom. Dyssomnias are disorders of the amount, quality, or timing of sleep. MORE

Mania

Science / Psychiatry / Mania: (mane-e-ah) An emotional disorder characterized by euphoria or irritability, rapid speech, fleeting thoughts, insomnia, poor attention span, grandiosity, and poor judgment; usually occurs in bipolar d MORE

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