Synonyms for motn or Related words with motn

sleeplessness              hypersomnolence              grogginess              hypersalivation              obstipation              somnolence              plms              insomnias              hyposalivation              hypomania              plmd              sialorrhea              nonrestorative              hypochondria              pocd              trazedone              nauseas              symptomatologies              hemiballismus              mrnamajor              diaphoresis              vertigoes              pollakiuria              oversleeping              cephalea              dyskensia              jitteriness              tremens              remittent              osahs              claustrophobia              dysthymia              dyspeptic              asomnia              premonitory              melancholia              psychoneurosis              akathesia              ponv              parasomnias              fatalfamilial              suicidality              migraineurs              cervicogenic              insomnia              lassitude              unrefreshing              hypnogenic              andvomiting              hypogeusia             

Examples of "motn"
Middle-of-the-night insomnia (MOTN) is characterized by having difficulty returning to sleep after waking up during the night or very early in the morning. It is also called nocturnal awakenings, middle of the night awakenings, sleep maintenance insomnia, and middle insomnia. This kind of insomnia (sleeplessness) is different from initial or sleep-onset insomnia, which consists of having difficulty falling asleep at the beginning of sleep.
Waking up in the middle of the night, or nocturnal awakening, is the most frequently reported insomnia symptom, with approximately 35% of Americans over 18 reporting waking up three or more times per week. Of those who experience nocturnal awakenings, 43% report difficulty in resuming sleep after waking, while over 90% report the condition persisting for more than six months. Greater than 50% contend with MOTN conditions for more than five years.
Middle-of-the-night insomnia is often treated with medication, although currently Intermezzo (zolpidem tartrate sublingual tablets) is the only Food and Drug Administration-approved medication specifically for treating MOTN awakening. Because most medications usually require 6–8 hours of sleep to avoid lingering effects the next day, these are often used every night at bedtime to prevent awakenings. Medication may not be prescribed in some cases, especially if the cause turns out to be the patient ingesting too much fluid during the day or just before they go to sleep.