Fatal familial insomnia is a rare genetic disease that, upon triggering, causes a person to get a progressively worsening state of insomnia. At the onset of symptoms a person has a life expectancy of 18 months, 100% mortality rate, and no cure.
There are a lot of other health related problems that people contract as a result of lacking proper rest/sleep periods.
Your body would shut down. Your brain would become foggy and unable to focus. You will become easily annoyed with others and lack patience. Believe me, I know because last year I had severe insomnia. It is not something anyone should experience. Now I get 7-8 hours sleep every night and feel so much better.
by Alem Belton2 months ago
The "I can't move or talk" nightmare, what does it mean?Have you ever had the nightmare where something or someone is holding you down and no matter how hard you try, you cannot move, and when you try to...
by billabongbob6 years ago
I have been an insomniac all of my life. Even as a young child I remember laying in bed night after night, trying to occupy my mind to starve off the crazies.It has stayed with me my whole life and I will probably...
by pinappu5 years ago
What would happen if we did not sleep?Is sleep 100% necessary for our survival ? What would happen if we did not sleep for.. say 1 week ? Will we die? What do you say about it?
by Annie18 months ago
What happen if a person do not take a shower for six weeksIf you ever tried going without a shower for three days? An experiment is being done....to see how a average normal person would react to going without a shower...
by Melanie Shebel5 years ago
What are some funny jokes about insomnia?
by Kate Rolands4 years ago
Is anyone else experiencing insomnia? How about sleep talking?I always had insomnia and was a sleep talker from an early age. The past week or two have been worse than the rest. I'm wondering if there's a reason for it....
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