Blake Butler, who once endured an epic 129-hour bout of insomnia, describes very well the grueling experience of insomnia in his book, Nothing: A Portrait of Insomnia (Harper Perennial, New York. Butler describes the nature of the suffering associated with insomnia, yet his book doesn’t get to the heart of matter. Let’s follow this thread of passivity into our psyche and examine its relationship to insomnia. The study was conducted by the researchers on 5,341 people with a habit of insomnia and normal sleep habits.

It turns out that difficulty sleeping at night or insomnia is not only makes the body easily get tired, but it also has other serious threats for your health. Using internet-based questionnaire, researchers looked for patterns of insomnia symptoms and severity of hypertension and insomnia, as well as healthy living habits of each participant. While insomnia likely has many different causes, it’s one of the many symptoms of a psychological condition called inner passivity.
I quote Butler here at some length because his experience of insomnia, detailed with literary moxie, is highly relevant to what I say further on in this post.

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