Home > Medical > Sleep > Insomnia Insomnia All sections in Sleep » About Sleep » Health Tips » Insomnia » Research » Narcolepsy » Sleep News » Sleep and Diet » Sleep and Travel » Snoring What noise keeps you from sleeping? Tossing and turning because a simple noise keeps you from catching some shut-eye? Just how much sleep is enough? Some of us need just five hours of sleep a night; others can’t manage with fewer than 10. How much do you need? The shock of a sleepless night Find out exactly why you feel so terrible after a night of no sleep. Quiz Sleep-deprived? » Sign up for the newsletter » Like us on Facebook » How to become a morning person 10 tips for better sleep 8 types of insomnia There are few things worse than being unable to sleep night after night. Here's more about eight different types of insomnia. Insomnia: 10 medical causes Tossing and turning? Your body could be trying to tell you something important. Here's what it could be. Diagnosis and treatment of insomnia The first steps to diagnosing and treating insomnia. 9 foods that keep you awake If you have difficulty falling asleep, or difficulty getting back to sleep, or wake up exhausted every morning, your diet may be to blame. Insomnia - from Natural Standard Insomnia is difficulty in falling asleep, staying asleep, and waking up too early in the morning. It is a common health problem that can cause excessive daytime sleepiness and a lack of energy. Long-term insomnia can cause an individual to feel tired, depressed or irritable, have trouble paying attention, learning, and remembering, and not be able to perform fully on the job or at school. Severe insomnia can result in neurochemical (brain chemical) changes that may cause problems such as depression and anxiety, further complicating the insomnia. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.