What Is Insomnia?
Insomnia is clinically defined as problems either falling or staying asleep or waking up early and not being able to get back to sleep. The cumulative loss of sleep becomes serious enough that it affects our ability to perform daily tasks while occurring three nights a week over a three-month period. Insomnia remains the most common sleep disorder reported across the board. Persistent insomnia can increase the risk of developing depression, hypertension, and even heart attacks. Multiple factors can play a role in someone developing the condition; however, does disordered alcohol consumption increase the odds?