Insomnia

[Chihiro Onitsuka album] The lead-off track "Gekkou" was initially used as a theme song for Trick starring Yukie Nakama and Hiroshi Abe, a television drama series aired on Asahi TV in 2000. It was released as a single in August 2000 and became smash hit. At the end of the album, different rendition of the song was included. While "Gekkou" r
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Insomnia

[Craig David song] "Insomnia" is the lead single from Craig David`s compilation album, Greatest Hits. ==Track listing== ==Music video== The video for "Insomnia" was added on Craig David`s Official YouTube channel on 31 October 2008. It was directed by Sarah Chatfield. ==Cover version== In October 2008, Craig David reached out to South Korea
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Insomnia

[band] Insomnia (ইনসমনিয়া) is a rock band based in Kolkata, West Bengal. The band`s repertoire includes both English and Bengali songs. The band has an album each in English (Cry of the Spirit - self released) and Bengali (Proloyer Shomoye - Asha Audio). Insomnia is a rock band from Eastern India with bilingual repertoire
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Insomnia

[Nightwatchers song] Insomnia is a techno song by the German techno group "Nightwatchers," released in 2002. It is a very well known techno song, and is considered by many to be Nightwatchers` signature song. It is a cover of the original song, written and recorded by the group Faithless, released in 1995. Insomnia has been remixed into sev
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Insomnia

[Hed PE album] Insomnia is an album by American punk rock band Hed PE, released on July 17, 2007. == Music == Hed PE has cited thrash metal bands such as Slayer as an influence on the musical style of Insomnia. == Release and reception == Insomnia peaked at #16 on the Top Independent Albums chart, and at #138 on the Billboard 200. The album
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Insomnia

[Erick Sermon album] Insomnia is a hip-hop compilation album released in 1996. It was compiled by famous hip hop producer Erick Sermon, but is not credited to his name and he does not perform on all songs. He does produce most tracks though and created this album in order to promote artists affiliated with him. ...
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Insomnia

[Faithless song] "Insomnia" is the title of a song recorded by British dance group Faithless. Released as the band`s second single, it became one of their most successful. It was released in 1995 and became a hit in Dance Charts while peaking at #27 in the UK in 1995 and #1 in 1996 . The song also reached #48 in the UK chart as a re-entry i
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Insomnia

[soundtrack] Insomnia is the soundtrack album for the 1997 Norwegian film Insomnia, which was composed by ambient artist Biosphere. The tone of the album is much darker in places than Geir Jenssen`s earlier work, such as in the tracks "Field" and "Quay". ==Track listing== ...
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insomnia

[n] - an inability to sleep
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Insomnia

Being awake when you want to be asleep. Often thought of as a problem,but may not be. Common if people try to spend too long in bed.
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Insomnia

Inability to sleep applied to the general complaint of having trouble falling or staying asleep.
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Insomnia

difficulty falling or remaining asleep
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Insomnia

Difficulty falling or staying asleep or poor sleep quality
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Insomnia

the inability to sleep
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Insomnia

Inability to sleep.
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Insomnia

Our Insomnia Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Insomnia Insomnia: The perception or complaint of inadequate or poor-quality sleep because of one or more of the following: difficulty falling asleep; waking up frequently during the night with difficulty returning to sleep; waking up too early in the morning;
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Insomnia

In·som'ni·a noun [ Latin , from insomnis sleepless; prefix in- not + somnus sleep.] Want of sleep; inability to sleep; wakefulness; sleeplessness.
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insomnia

Inability to sleep, abnormal wakefulness. ... Origin: L. Somnus = sleep ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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insomnia

(in-som´ne-ә) abnormal wakefulness; a sleep disorder consisting of an inability to fall asleep easily or to remain asleep throughout the night. This is the most common sleep disorder in the industrialized world. The causes may be either physical or emotional. adj., insom´niac., adj. fatal f...
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Insomnia

• (n.) Want of sleep; inability to sleep; wakefulness; sleeplessness.
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insomnia

the inability to sleep adequately. Causes may include poor sleeping conditions, circulatory or brain disorders, a respiratory disorder known as ... [4 related articles]
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insomnia

(L. in not + somnus sleep + -ia) inability to sleep; abnormal wakefulness.
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insomnia

insomnia 1. The inability to sleep; sleeplessness. 2. Inability to sleep, in the absence of external impediments; such as, noise, a bright light, etc., during the period when sleep should normally occur. It may vary in degree from restlessness or disturbed slumber to a curtailment of the normal length of sleep or to absolute wakefulness. A person
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Insomnia

[Feeder song] "Insomnia" is a song by Feeder, released as the second single from their album Yesterday Went Too Soon. It reached #22 in the UK charts and was at the time Feeder`s fourth consecutive single to reach the Top 40. When the single charted in the UK, it was their biggest hit at the time and got them on the popular now defunct UK m
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Insomnia

[disambiguation] Insomnia is a sleep disorder. Insomnia may also refer to: ==Film== ==Literature== ==Music== ===Albums=== ===Songs=== ==Other== ...
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