02/07/2012 05:07 pm ET | Updated Apr 08, 2012

The Urgent Need For More Public Awareness About Insomnia

Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder. Approximately 25 percent of the adult population suffer from sleeping problems, and as many as 10 percent reach the threshold of insomnia. Insomniacs experience difficulty falling or staying asleep, a lack of restorative sleep and daytime symptoms such as fatigue, mood disturbances and difficulty concentrating.

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