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Fight Club Insomnia through the eyes of Hollywood Who would you be or what would you do if you were suffering from Insomnia How does one deal with everyday life when they just cannot sleep The movie Fight Club shows us how one man chose to deal with his disease It shows how missing out on the little things like sleep can drive you crazy It can make other people around you seem crazy maybe even insane at times In this movie it makes you see things that are not even there Incorporating insomnia support groups alter egos and soap making Fight Club makes its viewers wonder what they would do or how they would handle a similar situation making it an enjoyable experience for movie lovers The movie begins one man He has no name but he is just like every on else He has a job He has an apartment He is just a normal guy that has a big problem Now everyone at one time or another has had trouble sleeping Our main character is no exception but there is a difference he cant sleep at all He suffers from insomnia and for the last four months of his life He hasnt been able to sleep Since he was so unfamiliar with the disease he felt that he was dying Nothing seemed real to him anymore He was so desperate that he decided to see a doctor for help The doctor reassured him that he wasnt dying refused to give him any medication and suggested that he try to get more sleep The main character was not convinced that he would be ok and pleaded with the doctor The doctor suggested that he attend a support group for men with testicular cancer and see that his problems are not nearly as bad Willing to try anything one he went to the support group in hopes that it would help
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