Insomnia

Insomnia affects the nervous system

the nervous system includes the brain, the spinal cord, and nerve fibers that branch off of which.

How it works

a healthy nervous system works with a lot on small cells called neurons. The brain has billions of them and they have a lot of different kinds of jobs. sensory neurons take information from the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and skin to the brain.

How you get it

The condition is not genetic but if a relative is going through a stressful time you can get caught up in the stress which can cause minor insomnia

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What It's Like To Have Insomnia

Statistics

Around 40-50% people in the general population have insomnia and 10% of people have ongoing insomnia.

Diagnosis

There is not really an official medical procedure for the diagnosis of insomnia, but you can put yourself under a number of home tests using the internet and ask a doctor if there is a treatment you can undergo.


Signs and symptoms

Sleep deprivation, an unusual spark in creativity, random crying, seeing things or hallucination, and the inability to censor thoughts.


Treatment

In most people with insomnia the treatment really depends on the severity of the case at hand. You can work on exercizing regularly and eating a normal time dinner every night, and counceling can help too.

Connections

I don't have this condition but my favorite artist Eminem was an extreme insomniac for a while so i wanted to learn more about it.