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If you regularly experience difficulty falling asleep, frequent awakenings, waking up early and finding yourself unable to return to sleep, or waking up unrefreshed, you can rest assured that a natural, safe, inexpensive, and relatively simple solution awaits: regular exercise.
The National Sleep Foundation's 2005 Sleep in America poll found that 38 percent of adults reported waking up feeling unrefreshed, 32 percent reported waking up often during the night, and 21 percent reported waking up too early.
a) Symptoms of insomnia include difficulty falling asleep, awakening frequently during the night, waking up too early, an inability to fall back to sleep, or awakening feeling unrefreshed.
unrefreshed for ages by the dews of night, or the rushing rain-cloud; scorching the dusty, weary, time-eaten grandeur of a people doomed to live on in the stale repetition of memories, like deposed and superannuated kings in their regal gold-in woven tatters.
Insomnia symptoms may include difficulty falling asleep, awakening frequently during the night, awakening too early in the morning, or awakening feeling unrefreshed.
If you wake up feeling as though you have been run over by a Mack truck--what doctors refer to as unrefreshed sleep--it is reasonable for your doctor to assume that you have a sleep disorder.
If you feel unrefreshed although you have slept adequately you may be suffering from the condition sleep apnoea, and should consult your GP.
find it difficult to get to sleep; wake up often in the night; wake up feeling unrefreshed.
Ironically, when Buckeye returns to Vermont unrefreshed albeit ostensibly sans masks, he remembers his mother's advice: "You do not let them know they've hurt you.
And so her writing, unrefreshed, grew thinner, coarser, stale.
The body is light with a smooth attack but the sparkle provides a heavily foamed mouthfeel leaving a palate unrefreshed.