Insomnia is a persistent disorder characterized by difficultiesin falling asleep, easily disturbed, short, orrestless sleep. In insomnia, the stages of normal sleepare disrupted.

Insomnia can undermine  the human body’s energy levels, health, work performance and quality of life. Insomnia sufferersmay have trouble recoveringtheir energy reserves and assimilating knowledge.  They may also face an impairment of the body’s abilities to repair itself, as well as disorders in the secretion of chemicals and hormones occurring during the sleep cycle.


Insomnia may cause:

  • Memory problems
  • Fatigue syndrome
  • Increased perception of pain
  • Psychological problems
  • Weakening of the immune system
  • Blood pressure disorders
  • Bulimia
  • Blood sugar problems
  • Heart problems


Mary Markou

Enegry Alignment Therapist & Author

Full member of BCMA, UK