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In his poem To Sleep Wordsworth talks about how he cant seem to fall asleep He never tells us why but maybe its because he doesnt know There probably was a significant event that he experienced that has either affected him psychologically that he doesnt know would affect him or he has opted to not tell us about it Either way his insomnia isnt an uncommon thing Insomnia is a condition in which a person has difficulty getting sufficient sleep About 30 million people in the US suffer from insomnia It can be caused by a variety of things overactive thyroid gland diabetes violent muscle twitching drinking caffeine-containing beverages before going to bed and painful arthritis It can also be caused by endocrine disturbances by the use of certain chemical substances or by the withdrawal from others including alcohol by psychological problems such as anxiety and depression and by disturbances in biorhythm such as jet lag However experts estimate that in three-fourths of all cases the cause is a psychological one After anxiety-producing events such as the death of a loved one or loss of a job a person may experience sleep difficulties for awhile Many persons recover their normal sleep rhythm spontaneously but others become frustrated and depressed and develop chronic insomnia Napping during the day may throw off the sleep pattern further Insomnia is not an illness that can be cured by a sleeping pill Sleeping disorders are usually divided into three kinds The first kind are the Insomnias which are a group of problems producing difficulty in falling asleep or difficulty in staying asleep The second is hypersomnolence characterized by too much sleep or sleepiness when a person does not want to sleep The third is episodic nocturnal events disorders such as night terrors nightmares and sleepwalking
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