If you can’t sleep, you might be wondering if you have Insomnia. Physicians and medical practitioners define insomnia as difficulty falling or staying asleep. This occurs even if an individual is given the opportunity to do so.
This is a common sleep disorder that can:
– make it hard to fall asleep
– make it hard to stay asleep
– cause you to wake up too early and not be able to get back to sleep
People suffering from insomnia feel like they don’t get quality sleep. They are generally not satisfied with their sleep. They also usually experience the following symptoms: low energy, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, mood disturbances and decreased performance in their everyday activities.
Symptoms of insomnia can include:
– Sleepiness during the day
– General tiredness
– Problems with concentration or memory
One ANF testimonial describes a successful case dealing with sleeping issues:
“The patch is all natural (no medicines and FDA approved) and is embedded with the frequency of Melatonin. It works to bring your body up to its natural state of well-being. If you have sleep issues or troubles calming your mind feel free to reach out with questions.-“
Shared by Dr. Philip Kish