As we have gone through psych this semester, I've been trying to keep up with all the work for my classes, get enough sleep and still have somewhat of a social life. As someone prone to stressing out easily, my body seemed to make the decision to eliminate sleep as something "needed" in this trifecta. Somedays its great because I can easily stay up studying, but other times when I actually have the time to sleep, it sucks. I lay in bed staring at the wall, tossing and turning. Not to mention feeling like a zombie the next day! So naturally, when we learned about insomnia and other sleep related info, I was hooked. For me, I will definitely remember everything about that section. I found it really intriguing (and frustrating) that insomnia can be recurrent with becoming anxious and frustrated when we can't sleep, and that it can be a underlying factor in other medical related issues. Although some people use medication to sleep, I've yet to reach that point since after reading about, it can make insomnia worse in the long run. So fingers crossed mine is resolved with summer break soon here!