Insomnia

Definition of Insomnia

Insomnia is a sleep disorder where a person finds it difficult to sleep. They may have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep through the night.

 

Case Study: Itchy Rash Causing Long Standing Insomnia

"When I first came to see Dr. Devi, I was only getting 2.5 hours of sleep at night because my entire back, arms, neck and head were covered with an itchy rash that I was constantly scratching raw. I couldn't sleep, I was terrified of eating, and I was despondent. In just a few treatments (basic treatments) the rash started to clear up and, within a week, I was sleeping through the night. What a blessing! I will be forever grateful, and I have gotten better and better."

- Margaret Lespino, Los Angeles, CA

 

Case Study: Food Allergies Causing Insomnia

"A 65-year-old woman, suffered from insomnia for 35 years. Upon questioning her, it was discovered that she was allergic to vitamin C. She ate an apple, banana, or orange every night before she went to bed. The allergy kept her awake almost the entire night."

- Dr. Devi Nambudripid

- text taken from Say Good-bye to Illness by Dr. Devi Nambudripad