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Insomnia
A. Complaint of dissatisfaction with sleep quality or quantity, which is related with one or more of the following:
1. Difficulty falling asleep - [checkbox name="variable_1" value="Yes|No"]
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2. Difficulty maintaining sleep, such as waking frequently, or problems going back to sleep after waking up. - [checkbox name="variable_2" value="Yes|No"]
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3. Waking up in the early morning with inability to fall asleep again. - [checkbox name="variable_3" value="Yes|No"]
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B. Causes distress or impairment in social, occupational or other important area of functioning. [checkbox name="variable_4" value="Yes|No"]
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C. Sleep problems occurs at least 3 nights per week. [checkbox name="variable_5" value="Yes|No"]
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D. Sleep problems is present for at least 3 months. [checkbox name="variable_6" value="Yes|No"]
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E. Sleep difficulty occurs despite adequate opportunity for sleep. [checkbox name="variable_7" value="Yes|No"]
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F. Insomnia does not occur completely during the course of another sleep-wake disorder. [checkbox name="variable_8" value="Yes|No"]
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G. Not due to drugs, other substance or medical conditions. [checkbox name="variable_9" value="Yes|No"]
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H. Other existing mental disorders or medical conditions do not sufficiently explain the main complaint of insomnia. [checkbox name="variable_10" value="Yes|No"]
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Insomnia
A. Complaint of dissatisfaction with sleep quality or quantity, which is related with one or more of the following:
1. Difficulty falling asleep -



2. Difficulty maintaining sleep, such as waking frequently, or problems going back to sleep after waking up. -


3. Waking up in the early morning with inability to fall asleep again. -


B. Causes distress or impairment in social, occupational or other important area of functioning.


C. Sleep problems occurs at least 3 nights per week.


D. Sleep problems is present for at least 3 months.


E. Sleep difficulty occurs despite adequate opportunity for sleep.


F. Insomnia does not occur completely during the course of another sleep-wake disorder.


G. Not due to drugs, other substance or medical conditions.


H. Other existing mental disorders or medical conditions do not sufficiently explain the main complaint of insomnia.

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