About Transient Insomnia


Short bouts of insomnia usually lasting less than a week are commonly classified to be Transient Insomnia. Transient insomnia is the most forgiving of the three main types that one can suffer from.

Generally speaking, Transient insomnia usually doesn't require treatment or the intervention of a medical specialist. Often, the reason behind one's sort term insomnia can be self-evident. Some common causes are jet lag, changes in work shift, discomfort, excessive changes in one's environment, stress, the presence of a common medical illness as well as the withdrawal from drugs, alcohol or other stimulants.

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