Excerpt from The American Medical Digest, 1888: Issued in Monthly Parts; A Digest of Current Medical Literature, Abstracts and Reviews, in Three Parts; Medicine, Surgery, Diseases of Women and Children, and Obstetrics
In another form of this complaint, when the patients have once awakened they find it utterly impossible to get to sleep again, after, perhaps, a rest of only two or three hours at the very longest. Nevertheless, they will feel strengthened and refreshed by this short sleep sufficiently to be able to attend to their business, during which, however, they frequently break down, overcome by fatigue, their limbs seeming to give way under them.
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